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Entry day Thursday for 
91st Pennington Co. fair 



A horseshoe tournament was one of Goodridge's Fourth of July 
actlvitfas. Danny Johnsrud and Rick Bjerklle won first place, 
Rodney Bjerklie and Brian Swcnson won second place and Shane 
Vettleson and Al Vettleson won third place In the tournament. 

Kari DeLap in 
TRF pageant 



(Following is the' second in a 
series of articles about candidates 
for the Miss Thier River Falls 
scholarship pageant to be con- 
ducted Saturday, August 1, at the 
Lincoln high school auditorium.) 

Pursuing cducaifaa'for n career 
in international business and har- 
boring hopes for arfamily in the 
future, Kari DcLap believes in set- 
ting goals to have something mean- . 
ingful to work toward. It is a strate- 
gy that apparently has wiiicd for 
her in the past. ■ J * 

Eighteen-year-old Kari. is the 
daughter of Roger and Carol DcLap 
of Thief River Falls, a 1992 gradu- 




ate of Lincoln high school and 
' enrolled as a freshman at Concordia 
college in Moorhcad. She is four 
feet, II inches tall, has black hair 
and brown eyes and her pageant tal- 
ent number will be u vocal solo. 

Al Lincoln. high school Kari 
earned an academic letter for hav- 
ing a grade point average of 3.7 or 
higher and was named to the all- 
aeademic team. She was a member 
or the National Honor Society.^ 
. Captain's club, Business club and 
school newspaper staff. 

Shiv carried an iflhtctic letter as a 
member of die Lincoln tennis team 
and as a hockey cheerleader won on 
adiletic letter, served as captain and 
co-caplain and won most valuable 
and most spirited awards. 

It is music, however, that has 
been a high point in her life over 
the years. She has taken piano 

- lessons for eight Jycars (winning a 
gold cup for superior and excellent 
ratings in National Federation of 
Music clubs competition) and pri- 
vate vocal lessons for three years. 
She also had 10 years of ice skating 
lessons. 

She won the most valuable 
singer award among the Varsity 
Singers and earned superior ratings 
in vocal soloiindas a member of 
the women's choir, concert choir 
and jazz chorltai Lincoln where she 
■was soprano section leader. During 
the choir's "Evening of Enchant- 
ment" dinner she had both solo and 
ensemble performances. 
■ Kuri had a lead role in the musi- 
cal "42nd Street" for which she had 
to Icam to lap dance. She was also 
named to ihc Minnesota All-Staic 
Women's choir and sang for the 
Mjnncsoui Music Educators associ- 
ation winier convention- in February 
al Orchestra Hall in Minneapolis. 

Kari has two sisters, Lisa 17 and 
Lori 16. Her hobbies include 
singing, dancing, reading, riding 
bicycle, swimming, watching 
movies, playing tennis., writing and 
spending time with family and 
friends. She is employed by Pizza 
Hut and previously' has worked at 
mowing lawns, cleaning houses and 
babysitting. 

"I'm very interested in world 
affairs and how business is a big 
• pari of it." she said. "I have taken 
two years of college Spanish and 
enjoy learning about different lan- 
guages and cultures. 

"I plan on working iir-on inlcma- 
tional corporation in Amcrica.or 
abroad. As of now I plan to have a 
.business administration degree wiih 
.an emphasis in accounting. I 
believe that businesses arc becom- 

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WaOi up the livestock, press the 
needlework, pick out the canned 
goods, cut your ben flowers, frame 
ihc artwork, buy your advance ride 
ticket*, reserve your Friday and 
Saturday concert seats and be ready 
to put on your walking shoes. The 
91st edition of the Pennington 
county fair will accept entries on 
Thursday aflcr preliminary opening 
activities .Wednesday. The fair will 
continue into Sunday evening. 

Open class entries will be 
accepted beginning al 9 a.m. and 
continuing until 6 p.m., except for 
flower exhibits which must be 
entered by 4:30 p.m. Entries are 

Team penning 
new event for 
county fair 

A horse and rider event gaining 
in popularity around the area has 
been added to the program al the 
91st annual Pennington county fair 
this year. Team penning will be 
held Wednesday beginning at 5 
p.m. at ihc horse show arena on the 
fairgrounds in Thief River Falls. . 

Teams of three riders participate 
in Ihc timed event. Twenty-one 
sicers, numbered in groups of three 
from one through seven, arc located 
at one end of ihc arena. Riders 
must separate the three steers of 
their assigned number from the 
herd and drive them into a pen^da 
the other end of the arena. 

After seven teams have compet- 
ed a new group of 21 steers will be 
used for the next scries of cvcnis. 

No more than four steers, includ- 
ing the three with the assigned 
numbers, may cross the ccnlcr line 
of the arena orlhe team is disquali- 
fied. Teams arc given a maximum 
oT two minutes to pen their steers 
and those which accomplish the 
task in ihc shortest lime wuV 

Contestants may enter mere than 
once but at least one of the ihrcc- 
member team must bo" Changed for 
additional entry. Trophy belt buck- 
les and cosh will be awarded to the 
winning team. The event is non- 
sanctioned and opento all entries. 

Sponsoring the' event is the Thief 
River Falls Saddle club with co- 
sponsorship by St. Hiloirc Co-op 
Elevator feed division and tack 
shop, QLF, Rcichcn Saddlery and 
SR Ranch. 

Bleacher scaling will be avail- 
able and admission will be S3 for 
adults and £1 for children 12 and 
under. 

Petting zoo , 
at fair has 
many animals 

Kiraim Stables Animal Attract- 
'ions from Shakopcc will have its 
"Animals of Many Nations" pelting 
zoo at the Pennington county- fair 
Thursday through Sunday. 

Six pcns'ofanimnls and birds 
will be arranged, nearly all of 
whicrj allow children and other fair 
visitors to touch as well as sec the 
animals, according to Dave and 
Gloria Hennen who operate the 
zoo. ' 

._ _.Two.pcrformanccs-a day-fcatur — 
ing "Kirbor," ihc white Arabian lib- 
erty horse, will be presented Thurs- 
day and Friday and three perfor- 
mances a day on Saturday and 
Sunday. The norsc has performed 
in Shrine circuses and in many 
cvcnis up and down the East'Cpast 
of the U.S., including a featured 
performance at Belmont Race 
Track during the running of the 
Belmont Slakes, the third leg of die 
famous Triple Grown. Performance 
limes will be posted at the petting 
zoo. Pony rides will also be 
offered. 

Animals to be shown include 
three breeds of exotic pigs, a don- 
kcyjfrom Italy, African pygmy 

§oats, llama, .miniature horses, 
cottish Highlander cow, baby 
goats, four-horn'edjhccp, rabbits 
and others. Birds include ihc 
macaw from South America and 
cockatoo from Australia. 

The pctdng zoo will be free with 
a charge made for pony rides. — — — 



open i.i people in Pennington coun- 
ty and other residents of northwest- 
cm Mir.noota. Judging will begin 
at 9 a m [ ndjy in the Muck Olson 
Memorial Center and the curling 
club building as well is in ihe live- 
stock a;cas. 

Despite the fact lhai ihcre arc 
five ;irca county fain this week (in 
Wcvi Polk. Kittson, Lake of the 
Woods and Marshall counties in 
addition to Pennington), number of 
animal entries in Thief River Falls 
will N: up this year. About 120 
head of cattle, 60 horses. 40 to 50 
sheep and 90 goats are expected, in 
addition to increases in rabbits and 
poultry and an unknown number of 
hogs. 

Increase in horse numbers may 
result in some cattle being housed 
in ihc poultry, rabbit, sheep and 
Swine building to make room for 
horses in the calllc bam. 

Pennington county 4-H club 
-members will have conference 
judging on Thursday beginning at 9 
a.m. and continuing until 3:30 p.m. 
Under conference judging, judges 
will discuss the entry wiih the club 
member and give reasons for the 
ribbon placing awarded. Grand 
champions in the 4-H division arc 
asked to meet at the championship 
booth area at 4 p.m. Thursday to 
have photos taken for The Times. 

This year ihcre will be 155 
members of 11 county 4-H clubs 
entering 459 exhibits at the fair, 
including 1 50 animals, according to 
the Pennington counly cxiension 



.iiiIkc. Ttnv h down -.lightly (mm 
1991 »hen 172 c*hibiujr\ had 4KX 
cihihiLs.but only 1" animals *ere 
entered. 

As the Pcnnmpan lair e«pandi 
mio a more inclusive (i%c-day 
event, a number of activities are 
planned for Wednesday. July fi. 
The Murphy Bros, carnival will 
open al 5 p.m.. Minnesota learn 
penning will be held from 5 to 9 
p.m. in the horse show arena and 
Gospel music will be presented 
from 7 lo 10 p.m. in the bandshell. 

Beginning Thursday the band- 
shell will have free entertainment 
for four full days with shows from 
3:30 to 10:30 p.m. Performing this 
year will be the Marlin Family, 
Franco the Magician, Memories 
and Revival. 

Assisting in financing ihc free 
entertainment at the bandshcll will 
be the fair board's raffle of a 1992 
Dodge Dakota club cab pickup wiih 
V-8 engine, automatic transmission, 
till wheel, cruise control, air condi- 
lioning. power locks and windows, 
AM/FM radio and cassette player, 
aluminum wheels and more. A lim- 
ited number of S10 tickets will be 
sold and ihc drawing made Sunday 
al ihc Jaycccs demolition derby. 
The Pennington Counly New Car 
Dealers association is cooperating 
with the fair board in the fund-rais- 
er. 

Two-Concert Package 
Again this year the fair board is 
offering a two-concert package 
with top entertainment in front of 



the grandstand Fnday and Saturday 
nighu. Mike Rod will be featured 
Fnday. July 10 and Stark ChexnuS 
Saturday, July 11. both with con* 
ecru ai 7 and 9 p m. Purchaser* of 
the $13 iKlet will be admitted to 
the same scat for concern at the 
same ume both nights. 

_An outstanding college (he won 
the Oulland Trophy as the nation's 
outstanding lineman) and profes- 
sional football player, Reid was the 
recipient of ASCAPi songwriter of 
the year award in 1985 for the 
Ronnie Mdsap hits "Stranger In My 
House' and 'Lost In The Fifties," 
both of which earned Grammy 
awards. He has only recently 
become serious about entertaining 
on his own. and "Turning for 
Home" is his dcbul album for 
Columbia Records. 

Chesnutt's first single "Too Cold 
At Home" established him as one of 
» ihc best of the new breed of hard- 
core country singers, and his most 
rccenl single, "I'll Think Of 
Something." ranks high on the 
charts. He began singing around 
his home town of Beaumont. TX, at 
the age of 17 and now at ihc age or 
28 has a decade of experience 
behind him. 

His second album "Longnecks 
And Short Stories" includes "Old 
Flames Have New Names, 'I'm Not 
Getting Any Better (At Goodbye)." 
"Bubba Shot The Jukebox" and 
"TalkuV To Hank" as well as "I'll 
Think Of Something" 

(Continued on Page 4) 



Citizens committee 
to review sales tax 



When representatives of the 
Interim Citizens Advisory Commit- 
tee mccis Tuesday night (tonight) 
representatives will review a list of 
projects with an estimated cost of 
SIS million. 

During the last State legislative 
session the legislature adopted a 
resolution allowing the city id 
implement an additional sales tax 
of up to one-half of one per cent, 
which is subject to a local referen- 
dum. That referendum must be 
conducted during a general election 
before December 1,1991 

Tn'thc mcanumc, an interim citi- 
zens advisory committee has been 
formed. The" purpose of ihc com- 
mittee is (o provide guidance lo ihe 
city in implementing Ihc special 
legislation, which provides the 
community with the option to 
impose the additional sales tax.. 
This group will meet in ihc hasc- 
.mcni meeting room of the cily 
auditorium 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 
7. 

The purpose of the first mcciing 
will be iq provide the committee 



with background on work, which 
began over iwo years ago on the 
local sales tax option and on the 
benefits the community might 
receive by implementation of the 
lax. ** 

The sales tax opijon developed 
as-a-rcsult of increasing demand 
from ihc public for economic 
development, public safety, histori- 
cal preservation, and development 
of tourism related projects. 

A background 'sheet provided to 
participants in the committee 
explains ihc interest in a sales tax. . 
"Having witnessed the successes of 

-the Grand Forks "Growth Fund", 
with revenues generated by a local 
one per cent sales lax and which 

-has been implemented by oihcr 
North Dakota cities similar in size 
to Thief River Falls, a task force of 
local citizens began exploring the 
concern of pursuing the option of 
special legislation for a local sales 
tax of up lo one per ccnL Commu- 
nity-wide surveys conducted in 
19S8 arid again in 1990. indicate 
lhat there arc a number of perceived 



community needs which cannot be 
met with available funding sources. 
Economic development initiatives 
finished number one in boih sur- 
veys. A number of other projects 
which would improve the commu- 
nity's quality of life, making it a 
_marc attractive place for employee 
and business recruitment and to 
enhance tourism aspects, were also 
mentioned prominently in the sur- 
veys. 

"Largely with private funds, the 
city has constructed a senior citi- 
zens — community center and * 
completed major portions of a 
Rivcrwallr project Private "dona- 
lions arc providing funding for a 
1992 expansion of the city's golf 
course from 9 to ISTiolcs. 

"There remains, howcvcr.a host 
of other projects related to econom- 
ic dcvclopmcnt-tourism-outdoor 
recreation- historical preservation 
■ for which funding is not available. 
Among others, they include an out- 
door swimming pool, spons arena- 
convention ccntcr-alhlciic complex 
(Continued on Page 4) 




Four members of trie North Dakota Cavalry 
charge across a Plummer field last Saturday. 
Six rrtembers of their r eenact ment.com pan y ^ 



took part in Plummer'r Fourth of July 
ceIeb7ation,- performing with seven horses, a 
first aid wagon and a cannon. 



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FVinan. loprtNr with their pa rents, 
(icnc and Janice HcnfKk'on inJ 
1 irr\ and I.oreita Pitiman. arc 
. hvr* '^ '""ounce their cnr.ac.c- 
nrni «r»J i.rthcnrnma; minupf. 

TV txiJc fhc 11 i I'-^T p-adu- 
aie i'( Lma'ln hi cjh t.S*y| ind a 
r.r»Juaic ol the Thief Kner Falli 
irvhntal college. She » employed 
by Digi-Kav corporation. Her 
fiance, a 1^X7 rraduale of Lincoln 
hic,h K.Vx'-i a->i a graduate erf 5l»- 
plet LxhnK*l college, it employed 
in the tool and die department at 
Anzto, Irw. 

A Scntrmr'er 12 wedding will he 
held at 4 run. at the Zjoci Lutheran 
church in Thief River Fallt 

Viking church to hold 
women's brunch 

The Viking Covenant church will 
be the scene of a women's brunch 
Saturday. July II at 9:30 a.m. The 
speaker will be Sandra Jacobson of 
Thief River Falls. Music will be 

frovidcd by Jolcen Filzloff and 
acob Jacobson. Everyone is wel- 
come. 



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COMMUNITY FOCUS 



July 7. 1992 



Bridal shower planned 
tor Kelly Wagner 



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Wedding reception set 
for Craig Swansons 

An .^vri r»x;ie rrvrtXh*! will he 
VU SaurOj., .'ul> 11 fn.«n T lo *■ 
p n f.r <."ra:s *rvl Sutan .Wanwn. 
■ bi> »err married June 10 The 
evrtw-oill he SeUaluVr.varveltaJ 
Corrvjnt church in Thief River 
I'il'ii All (nervlt and relative! art 
imiird ui aiirnJ- 

Verona Pream to have 
75th birthday party 

An open house celebration will 
be held Sunday. July 12 (mm 2 id 4 
p m to honor Verona Pream on her 
iS\h bolhday The rvrw will take 

RLace at the Heritage center in Thief 
■ ver Falli. All Inendt and rela- 
tive-! are invited to attend. No gifts, 
please. 

Emma Klockman to 
have 90th birthday 

An open house celebration will 
be held Sunday July 12 from 2 to 5 
p.m. to honor Emma Klockman on 
her 90th binhdjy. The event will 
take place at the Skytitc community 
rpom in Thief River Falls. All 
fnends and relatives arc invited to 
attend. 





Clint Howltz Aug. 8 

DelRay Sanders, formerly of 
Thief Riw Faili and Middle River. 
and Jan Sandert of Wahpcton, arc 
har^n- to announce the enc^rment 
and (orthcominji mimire of their 
dauEhtcr, Lon, to Oirvt Ikrwitr. ton 
of Dennis and Dawn Howiti ol 
Wahpeton. 

The bride-lo-be attended the 
North Dakoii sute college of sci- 
ence and is employed by 3M. Her 
fiance ii anendmg the L'niventty of 
Sourthcm Colorado and u currcnUy 
working at United Electric Auto 
Tech.. in Fargo. 

An August 8 wedding is planned 
at St. John's Catholic church in 
Wahpcton, 




Four gtotr»t(oni of ttit Hovtt ftmlly art (Itft to right) grttt- 
grindfithtr Btrnird Hovtt of Vlrolnli, ortit-grandion, Tid 
Hovtt tgt 3 of rural Evtltth, grtACfftthtr Arnold Hovtt of Thitf 
Rivtr Falli and falhtr Oala Hovtt of rural Evtltth. 



Brtdal shower planned 
for Angle Engesether 

An open house bridal shower will 
be held Thursday, July 9 at 7:30 

Em. for Angie Engesether. bride-to- 
e of Derauj Tbrixlaon. The event 
will lake place at the Immanuel 
Lutheran church in Plummcr. All 
friends and relatives arc invited to 
attend. 




Michelle Turenne to 
wed Martin Levin 

Ed and Lyn Turenne and Robert 
and Alice Levin of Thief River Falls 
arc happy to announce the engage- 
ment and forthcoming marriage of 
their children, Michelle Lea 
Turenne and Martin Charles Allen 
Levin. 

The bride-to-be is a 1987 gradu- 
ate of Lincoln high school and a 
1991 graduate of Concordia college 1 
in Moorhcad. She is employed by 
West Publishing company in Eagcn. 
Her Fiance is also a 1987 graduate 
of Lincoln high school and is 
employed by Prolawn Inc. in Thief 
River Falls. 

A September 26 wedding will be 
held at 5 p.m. at Trinity Lutheran ' 
church in Thief River Falls. 

Baby shower planned 
for Donna Knott 

An open house baby shower will 
be held July 12 from 3 to 5j>.m. for 
Alyshia Knott, daughter of Glen and 
Donna KnotL The event will take 
-place at the-SL- Bernard's Catholic 
church basemenL All friends and 
relatives are invited to attend. 



Irene Sculthorp to have 
75th birthday party 

An open house celebration will 
be held Saturday. July II from 2 to 
5 pjn. to honor Irene Sculthorp on 
her 75th birthday. The event will 
take place at the Heritage center in 
Thief River Falls and will include a 
brief program at 2:30 p.m. AH 
friends and relatives are invited to 
attend. 




Howard Sjulestads to 
have 25th anniversary 

An open house celebration will 
be held Saturday. July 11 from 7 to 
9 p.m. to honor Howard and Karen 
Sjulestad on their 25th wedding 
anniversary. The event will take 
place at the Goodridgc community 
hall (old fire hall) and wiU be boated 
by trie couple's children. There win 
be muMC and refreshments from 9 
p.m. to 1 ajn. All fnends and rela- 
tives arc invited to attend. 

Blood pressure/foot 
care clinic scheduled 

A blood pressure and foot care 
clinic will be held Thursday, July 16 
from 10 to 11:30 ajn. at the Her- 
itage center in Thief River Falls. 
Nurses will soak feet and trim nails 
only. Call Inter-County Nursing 
service al 681-5950 for foot care 
appointments. Public welcome. 




BIRTHS 



Northwest Medical center in 
Thief River Falls reports five births 
since the last edition of the Tunes. " 

On June 29 a girl was born to 
Samantha Olson and Richard Mix 
of Rivcrvicw Trailer court. Thief 
River Falls. She was named Tine- 
sha Knyc Mix. 

On June 30 a boy was born to 
Scott and Tina Erickson, 316 North 
Horace avenue. Thief River Falls. 
He was named Micah ScolL 

On July 1 a boy was bom to 
Owcn'and Kimbcrly Stcinhauer, RR 
2, Thief River Falls. He was named 
Jonathan Thomas. 

On July 3-n boy was bom to Eric 
and Brcnda Vatthaucr of Red Lake 
Falls. He was named Jored Allen. 

On July 6 a girl was born to 
Michael and Jnlic-StennCsof 
•Goodridgc* She was named Lacey 
Mac. 



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Oscar Shervolds to 
have 50th anniversary 

An open house celebration will 
be t\eld Saturday, July 11 from 1 to 
4 p.m. to honor Oscar and Nora 
Shcrvold on their 50th wedding 
anniversary. The event will take 
place at the First Baptist church in 
Thief River Foils find will include a 
program at 1:30 p.m. AH friends 
and reladves arc invited to attend. 

Jerrold Bjerkes have 
new daughter, Kyrsten 

Jerrold and Barbara Bjcrke of 
Orlando, FL, are proud to announce 
the birth of adaughter, Kyrsten 
-iielen, on June 17 at the Florida 
South hospital. She weighed eight 
pounds, five ounces at birth. Grand- 
parents ore John and Clara Helley of 
Plummcr and Duane and Arlene 
Bjerke of Thief River Falls. 



Irwin Johnsons to 
have 40th anniversary 

An open house celebration will 
be held Sunday. July 12 from 2 to 5 
p.m. to honor Irwin and Pearl John- 
son on their 40th wedding anniver- 
sary. Thr; event will take place at 
the couple's home in Thief Riier 
Falls. All friends and relatives are 
invited to attend. No gifts, please. 

Omdahl-Anderson- 
Kolestrand reunion set 

The annual family reunion of the 
Omdahl, Anderson and Kolestrand 
family will be held July 12 at the 
Moses Kolestrand farm at-Highland- 
ing. Moses, Mr. and Mrs. Herman 
" Hanson," Mrrand Mrs. Gary Hanson - 
and Mr. and Mrs. Lylo Honson'will 
host the event. A~potluck dinner 
will be served at" noon. Relatives 
arc asked to help notify all other 
family members. 



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Speaking Of.. 

by 
Sharon LaCourafera 



. . . ItoaM Pfrms— Way? 

We are (rugaj perpie an my family. We Hardly ever haw heaoty 
dv-n permanenU but. instead, give one anrthcr home permt. 1 ruue 
home permt. 

Ai loo| u I can remember I have haled home permi. My 
mother uwd to |ive them to me when I was a little gvi and I hated 
them then 

Back in the 'olden days." ruurdoi were different iron they art 
now AH die migannc models and movie sun wort their hair almost 
straight, with just a wave or two. Neediest to say. there »ti no »uch 
thing as a 'fnrrje* look. 

Well, my hair was straight and Fine and wouldn't do anything 
but just nt limply on my head. I needed aomethjng to give il a link 
"oomph,* so I would allow my mother to give me a perm, hoping. 1 
suppose, that it would become wavy and beautifuL 

Never, ever, not even once, did my hair become wavy and 
beautiful. , 

The pictures on the perm boxes show wavy, beautiful hair. 
They lie. Does anyone look like the pictures on the bo* right after 
they have a perm? 

I bet you can guess who went lo school looking like a 
dandelion-pufT the day after her perm. I would wake in the morning 
and take one look in the mirror and cry. My mother would always say 
something soothing, like. "Here, well put this bantue in it and it will 
be fine, Youll look just like all the other girls." 

In would go the barTette, or maybe two or three, and some 
bobby pins (remember those 7) as well, and ofT 1 would go to school, 
looking like the slightest breeze would carry my dandelion puff head 
and me away. I did not look like all the other girls, either. None of 
them had hair like mine. 1 looked like Little Orphan Annie. 

As I got older. I gave my mother her home perms. She liked 
her hair very curly and (would roll it as tightly as I could. She never 
"minded, except to mention now and then that il felt like she was 
getting a face lifl at the same time as the perm. 

Come to think of it, it did look like I was trying to pull up all 
the loose skin on her face, Wasnt it nice of her not to yell at me? 
Poor thing. 

Now my daughters give me my home perms and I can certainly 
understand what my mcxher went through. I think I am being paid 
back for subjecting my mother to tight rollers. Now my own loose 
skin is gelling pulled up into that same face lifl every time my 
daughters give me a perm. 

And my hair still looks like a dandelion puff the day after my 
perm. I don't cry too often now, though. 

Not to mention the smell of those home perms. That awful 
smell permeates every nook and cranny of the house while the perm 
is being given. 

And then that awful smell stays in my hair for weeks after my 
perm. Every time 1 wash it. every time it gets rained on, every ^me I 
perspire, I can smell that awful smell coming from my hair. 

Wouldn't you think that the people who make home perms 
could have come up with something better in 40 yean? Wouldn't you 
think that I would nave learned my lesson in 40 years and be able to 
spend a little money for a beauty shop perm? 

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The Westaker Lutheran church in 
Newfolden.will hold a family night 
Sunday, July 12 at 8 p.m. with a 
program presented by the Free Spir- 
it Trio from Karlstad. Lunch will 
follow. Everyone is welcome. 

Deer Park Garden 
club held June meet 

The' Deer Park Garden club met 
June 16 at the Ethel Wiseth home. 
The roll caU-was-ruuning different- 
types of flower arrangements. 
Those present were Nora Hanson, 
Lois Swanson, Norma Hanson, 
Dorothy Svanjord, Helen Chcrves- 
tad, Bca Israelson.dBary Kusmak, 
LaVonnc RadnlCckiTwillia Presta- 
goard, Inga'Coan, Ethel Wiseth and 
guests Annabelle Chervestad and 
Lori Wiseth. 

The fall workshop was discussed. 
A letter from the Minnesota Horti- 
cultural society was read and dis- 
cussed. The wildflowcr-iour at 
Williams was discussedr' 

A new member, Shirley Knoff, 



was welcomed. The program on 
shadow box miniature arrangements 
was given by Ethel Wiseth. A video 
tape on arranging was also viewed, 
Lunch was served by the hostess 
and Helen Chervestad. Birthdays of 
Nora Hanson, Ethel Wiseth. Bea 
Israclson and LaVonne Radniccki 
were noted. 

The next meeting will be July 21 
at 6:30 p.m. at the Nome Thune 
home, beginning with a politick din- 
ner Deer Park and the Moccasin 
Garden clubs will hold the meeting 
jointly and discuss fair exhibits. 

Gustafson family 
reunion held In June 

The Viking Covenant church was 
the scene of a family reunion on 
June'6 when 11 of the 16 children of 
John and Nettie Gustafson were rep- 
resented by members of their fami- 
lies. One son, Clarence Gustafson 
of Viking, and three daughters, 
Gladys Anderson of Seattle, WA, 
Julia Boe and Margaret Engen. still 
Survive. The guests included 50 of 
the 149 'direct descendents and their 
families. A dinner was held fol- ' 
lowed by a program presided over 
by Winton Forsberg. Larry 



(isiiafu* gur i*r in»«Manon 1 
MbW waa prwidrd hy Keni Hud- 
•rtn, Jerrm* (ruuafto«. the l-arry i 
On«alar«> farmb, t*and (rvftafaot i 
and Beverly Hajvooon and Nancy i 
Tiitrr Claries Onttafwi gavf an i 
update on family history Scott 1 
Onttafann gave a tnhulc 10 Ood and 1 
hit httitagr Pamily ntrrnbers ■ 
attended from ntncxi. New Meiico, I 
Washington. North Dakota. Ihe 
Twin Cioes art*. Duluth, Dawaon, 
Sl Peter. Pw C*j. Sl Cloud. War- 
mad. Roaeau. Stephen. Newfolden. 
Thief River Call. Crookston, Warren 
and Viking. 

Ervln Strandqulsta 
have 50th anniversary 

A celebration of the 50lh wed- 
ding anniversary of Ervin and Eve- 
lyn Strandquist was held May 23 at 
the Heritage center in Thicl River 
Falls. Over 200 friends and rela- 
tives were m attendance. The event 
was hosted by the couple's children 
and grandchildren: Rev. and Mrs. 
Jerry Strandquirt, Andy. Aimee and 
Tim of Bloorninglon, Mr. and Mrs. 
Terry Strandquist. Jason. Jodi and 
Julie of St. Louis. MO. Mr. and Mrs, 
Clyde Strandquist. Sarah and Kari 
of Harwood, ND, Diane Strandquist 
of Minneapolis, and Mr. and Mrs. 
David Strandquist Rachel. Chanel, 
Daniel and And of Newfolden. All 
of the couple's brothers and sisters 
were also guests. 

A program included introductions 
of the family, musical selections by 
the children and grandchildren, a 
violin solo by grandson Andy, and 
remarks by the couple's best man, 
Adlcr Strandquist and by son Terry. 
Rev. Sandy Stevenson closed jiie 

Cgram with prayer. Lunch fol- 
ed with a decorated cake served 
by Evelyn's sisters: Dorothy Grill, 
Eunice Beals and Ruby Crimp. 
Coffee was served by Ervin s sister, 
Ariel Jorgenson and sisters-in-law. 
Fern Strandquist and Ruth 
Strandquist 

Viking Garden club 
held May/June meetings 

The Viking Town and Country 
Garden club held its May meeting at 
the Law Enforcement building with 
Marcclla Gonsorowski as hostess. 
Those present were Joyce Erickson, 
Bemyce Grondstrand, Nina Halvor- 
son, Joyce Kron, Hazel Olson, Mar- 
cella Gonsorowski and Clarice 
Rooker. 

Roll call was to name a song that 
has a name of a flower as pan of the 
title. The club had been approached" 
about planting some flowers at the 
Old Mill pork this spring. After 
some discussion, it was agreed to do 
this. Marcclla is in charge of the 
project 

A program on how to choose the 
right flower pot was given by Nina 
Halvorson. A second presentation 
on mulching was given by Joyce 



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along with a picture if submitted. 

♦ !f the wedding look place from one to three months before receipt at 
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but no description of decor, gowns, flower j, etc. -■ 

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parents, dote and place ofthl wedding, and where the couple is residing. 

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Bwtna OntaM, 90 

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Violet Kallnoski, 72 




TkWf River Falh — Violet R 

KahnoUi. 73. d.ed July 6 at bet 
borne m Thief Rim Frill. 

Maw of Chnman Bunal »ill he 
held July 10 el the Si. Bemud I 
Catholic charch wilh Rev. Joe 
DecTVti cHic nuns;. Special mane 
will he provid- 
ed hy the 
church cboir 
accompanied 
by Kntti La- 
Salle. C***tt- 
beartn »ill be 
Robcn Ander- 
ton. Roger 
Andenon, 
Murray An- 
denon. Greg 
Kalmoski. 
Gafy Kalinot- 
ki and Troy RoILartd. Interment wiD 
be in the church cemetery. The Bel- 
mont Funeral Home u in charge of 
amngemenu. 

Visitation will be held Thursday 
from 1 to 9 p.m. at the Belmont 
Funeral Home and on Friday for 
one hour at the church before the 
service. 

The family asks that memorials 
be given to the Pennington County 
Cancer society or Northland Com- 
munity Hospice. 

Violet Rita Langcvin was born 
July 2«, 1919 in Thief River Falls, 
the daughter of Edward and Mary 
(Thivcrgc) Langcvin. Shc.grew up 
in Thief River Falls where she was 

Carl Anderson, 93 

Toier River Falls — Carl O. 
Anderson, 93, died July I at North- 
west Medical center in Thief River 
Falls. 

Funeral services were held July 5 
at the Green Funeral chapel in Thief 
River Falls with Rev. C. L. Kalmoe 
officiating, 



harlueJ and confirmed In the 
Caihnhi fmh at Sl Bernard'! 
CfciSol* church She anrnded St. 
pctwnJ'i Khool ihrwjgh the eight 
praJc and graduated from Lincoln 
high *hool in l<ns. She worked as 
a veariary for lloel'i Dairy and 
later «em'io wort for Bndgetnaa 
Crranxricv She worked there for 
over eifhi yearv On Sept 23. 1951 
the ■ at mimed to Victor KaJaaoaki 
m Thief River Falls. They lived ia 
scvrral places until 1961 when they 
purchased the Ace Hardware bon- 
ne. i in Thief River Falls. She 
worked with her husband in the 
store until 1972 when she retired. 
She was active in a number of civic 
and church organuauora, jnclnrting 
tenting as president of the Business 
and Professional Women '« t^uof sec- 
retary of the VFW auxiliary/ vice 
regent of the Cathohc Daugnten of 
Amcuca and member of lie Thief 
River Falls Lioness club and the 
city planning commission. 

She it survived by her husband; 
three sons: Richard of Detroit 
Lakes. Ronald of Thief River Falls 
and Thomas of Thief River Falls; 
two grandsons; and two sisters: Mae 
Rotland of St. Hilaire and Mrs. 
Harold H. (Katie) Anderson of 
Thief River Falls. 

She was preceded in death by 
eight brothers: Ed, Charles, John, 
Lawrence, David, Stephen. Alfred 
and Andrew. 



Ruth Haugen, 95 

TWf *b*t Tan* - R«* Ha» 

m. «V dxd Wt ^ at her km * 
TlMri Rjvrt Pell* 

rwwnl wmtn werv MM Mj ft 
»i the Zjo« Latlxtln thank wit> 
R«* Garv >ot*«o« am4 R**. Joa* 
Parhtt ol7Kia*iag Special »«tx 
• ai pronded 
by Maria 

Lnftn. anlotM. 
and Ida N<rd- 
vall. oriaaiK. 
Interment was 
ia the Grrea- 
wood ceme- 
tery. The 
Green Funeral 
Home was ia 
charge of ar- 
rangcrnenu. 

Ruth Ny- 
bakken was born Jan. 17. 1897 in 

Bertha Ordahl, 90 

Thief Rl*<r Falli — Bertha 
Ordahl. 90. died July 2 at Oakland 
Park Nursing Home in Thief River 
Falb. , 

Funeral services were held July 7 
at the New Hope Lutheran chinch in 
Newfolden with Rev. Curtis Paulson 
ofticiciaiing. Special music was 
provided by Dolores Bakke, soloist 
and Kmhy Rokkx. organist Inter- 
ment was la the Oak Ridge ceme- 
tery. The Green Funeral Home was 
in charge of arrangerneotj. 

Bertha Ordahl was bom Jan. 24, 
1902 in Nordcn township, Penning- 
ton county, the daughter of Olaos 




Hamar. Nnrwai. the dauffcirr of 
r*r«« ftM ;u'.if ifcAanmn. Nvhak 
kttt She rm^raird In the ( nurd 
MatfldtnlWl. She ln-fd s> Cmr* 
ikm, Oygla and Ttwf River laJU 
SI* *ai mamed ir> Alfred Haugen 
on Mar 9. l«Il in 7h.e( Rivrr 
lallv He died m 1W9. She was a 
memhrr of Zxm I uiheran i hurxh 

She u lurvivrd hy three daugh- 
ter!. Noima Haugen and (irate 
Mayta. both of Thief River falli 
and Mn Reuben (Hamct) Lockrrm 
of Schroeder. two grand»oot. (our 
great grandchildren, and one titicr. 
Judith Nclwi of LancAUcr. CA. 

She w-ai preceded in death by her 
huihand: her parents; three nam 
Irene finglund. Rachel Hilding and 
Either SnuMad. and four brothers: 
Ray. Paul. Carl and John N>hakken. 



and Simulate (Rindtl) Ordahl She 
anended school and grew up in Nor- 
dcn township. She w or ted as a 
beautician in Minneapolis and later 
in Reesburg. WI, until retiring in the 
late 1960s. She moved to Newfold- 
en in the early 1980"s. She moved 
to Valley Home in the fall of 1991 
and later lo Oakland Park. 

She is survived by one sister, Jen- 
nie Lokkcn of Thief River Falls and 
several nieces and nephews. 

She was preceded in death by her 
parents; five brothers: Henry, Sam, 
Osmund, Andrew and Sigurd: and 
one sister, Marie Engcn. 



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Special music 
was provided' 
by Mary Anne 
Norum, solo- 
ist, and 
Yvonne Lar- 
son, organist 
The Green 
Funeral Home 
was in charge 
of arrange- i ^F 
ments. LJaW 

Carl Oscar 
Anderson was born Feb. 23, 1899 in 
Dalama, Sweden, the soo. of Carl 
Ludvig and Anna (Jansdotle) — law, Michael Humenik. 



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Anderson. He came to the United 
States in 1904 and settled in the 
Holt area. He attended school and 
grew up there. He was married to 
Gladys Anderson in Minneapolis in 
1922 and they divorced in 1946. He 
married Helga Jackie Anderson in 
Minneapolis in 1947. She died in 
1972. He worked as a civil engi- 
neer for the city of Minneapolis 

'until his retirement in 1960: He 
then moved to Loretlo. 

He is survived by one da u g hte r. 
Evelyn Humenik of Plymouth; one 
son, Ernest of Minneapolis; 13 
grandchildren; two sisters: Carrie 
Lunke of Milaca and Gladys Gille- 
spie of St Hilaire; and three broth* 

■ era: Ragnar of Hibbing, Edwin of 
Thief River Falls and Levin of Pine 
River. 

He was preceded in death by two 
wives, his parents and one soo-in- 




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own funeral director in advance, and to 
prearrange details ot their funeral service. This 
Is both proper and feasible, and the funeral 
expense fund can be placed in trust with a local 
financial Institution. We can supply further 
details on prearrangement. 

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Thief River Falls, MN 
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Oscar Johnson 
homes in-Thief 
River Falls. In 
1950, he lived 
wiihTiugfflnu 1 - 
mother. Bertha 
Klein. Later 
he lived on the 
Ray Oen farm. 

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Thief River Falls — Charles 

'Chink* Booren, 83, died- July 3 at 
the CNC unit of Northwest Medical 
center in Thief River Falls. 

Funeral services were held July 6 
at the Redeemer Lutheran church in 
Thief River Falls with Rev. Luther 
Anderson offi- 
ciating. Spe- 
cial music was 
provided by 
Grace Ham- 
mer, soloist, 
and Joyce Hal- 
basch, organ- 
ist. Caslcet- 
bearers were 
Merlyn Adam- 
son, Melvin 
Carlson, Ar- 
nold Leer Leo- 
nard Heliquist, Swede Stromberg 
andEariTnpp. The Green nmeral 
Home was in charge of arrange^ 
merits." 

Charles August Booren .was bom 
Oct. 7, 1908 in Thief River Falls, 
the son of Dr. George and Ltftda 
(Robbeckc) Booren. He graduated 

Florio Rage, 88 

Red Lake Falls — Florio Page, 
88, died July 1 at his home in Red 
Lake Falls. 

Mass of Christian Burial was held 
July 4 at the Sl Josephs Catholic 
church in Red Lake Falls with Rev. 
Gary Lemoine officiating. Special 
music was provided by Rose Cat- 
riere, soloist, the church choir' and 
Gemma Drees-Johnson. organist. 
Caslrxtbearers were Vem Page, Car- 
rell Page, Allan Page and Larry 
Page. The Pettersoo Funeral Home 
was in charge of arrangements. 

Florio Amedie Page was born 
bom Nov. 21, 1904 in Red Lake 
county, the son of Joseph" and Emma 
(Gervais) Page. He grew up and 
attended school in the Red Lake 
Falls area. He farmed with his 
father for a tune on. the home farm. 
He was united in marriage to Esther 
Grandbois on Jan. 3, 1929 at Sl 
Mary's church in Red Lake Falls. 
He worked for seven .years* at the 
^'Crystal Sugar Beet plant He was 



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from Lincoln high school in 1926, 
He worked for a tree company in 
Pennsylvania for a short time. He 
married Mildred Nelson on Nov. 4,' 
1933 in Argyle and they made their 
home in Thief River falls. He 
worked for Land OXakes in the mid 
1930s he started working for the 
Railway Express and later for the 
Soo Line from which he retired in 
1973 as a conductor. His wife died 
in 1982. In March of 1992, he 
moved to the CNC unit of North- 
west Medical center. He was a 
member of the Elks and the Eagles 
and was active in the Brotherhood 
of Railway Trainmen. 

He is survived by two daughters: 
Mrs. Eric (Barbara) Hoard and 
Lynda Raymond, both of Thief . 
River Falls; one son, Arlen Booren 
of Thief River Fails; 10 grandchil- 
dren; nine great-grandchildren; and 
two brothers:' Dr. J. C. Booren of 
Denver. CO and Dr. Lynn Booren of 
Craig, CO. 

• He 'was preceded in death by his- 
wife; one grandson, "Thomas Ray- 
mond; his parents and two .brothers. 



the first employee hired at HUlcrest 
Nursing Home and worked there for 
14 years, retiring in 1974. He was a 
member of the Eagles aerie'in 
Crookston, Sl Joseph's Catholic 
church and served on the board for 
Lake Pleasant township. 

He is survived by his wife; four 
sons: Vem of Minneapolis, Larry of 
East Grand Forks, Darrell of Min- 
nepolis and Allan of Red Lake 
Falls; seven daughters: Mrs. 
Howard (Genevieve) Hanson of 
Castle Rock, WA, Mrs. Envin 
(Lucille) Weiss of RedXake Falls. 
Mrs. Jay (Dorothy) Grover of 
Kelso, WA, Mrs. Jim (Darlcne) Ppl- 
lard of Sacramento. CA, Shirley 
Konikson of Sioux Falls, SD, Mrs. 
Jack (Carol) Bechly of Vancouver, 
WA'Bnd Diane Page of Grand 
Forks, ND; 36 grandchildren; and 
48 great-grandchildren. 
. He was preceded in death by his 
parents, two brothers, three sisters 
and one granddaughter. 

Rodney Klein, 57 

Sao Francisco, CA — Rodney 
D. Klein, 57, a former resident of 
ThieT River Falls, died June 8 in 
Son Francisco. CA. 

He.spent pan of his childhood 
with Guy and Selma McNelly in 
Goodridge, and in the Jennings 
Jensen and' 



■nrtrmmrnu, nverV hr**if«cau£» 
and ardimenuuon removal, uww( 
part etpanixw. and cornplrtJr*i erf 
max* 'eaturet of the follow the 
Riven' proj«l «nh an eitimated 
pntc taf trf il5nullrti.* 

Don Sir-wan. tommumty devel- 
opment director, and staff rerveacw- 
tauve to the committee, eiplained 
that the cmt otimatn art only ah- 
mates. Some of the estimates on 
project com are fairly real, but 
many are just guesses. At ihu time, 
all of the projects are bang consid- 
ered even though some may not 
even be offered m the final analy- 
sis. At this ume. there are also no 
pnonty to the list of projects. 

The following is a hi! of the 
projects and project descriptions 
provided committee memben: 

•Economic Development 
'Growth Fund*. The sales tax 
would provide additional money to 
the community development 
revolving loan fund for business 
retention and expansion and job 
creation increasing total assets of a 
revolving loan fund to 52 million 
by the year 2000 and provide 
S40.000 per year for 10 years. This 
project is esumated at $400,000. 

• Outdoor swimming pool. The 
sales tax would provide money for 
a recreational pool with a 'water- 
park* atmosphere. The cost of the 
project has been estimated at $1.15 
million. 

• Franklin indoor pool addition. 
Sales tax revenue would help pro- 
vide for expansion and improve- 
ments to the indoor pool, such as a 
shallow water training and recre- 
ational area and other improve- 
ments. 

• Rivers management and bcau- 
tificaiion. The sales t*x revenue 
could help development and imple- 
ment a management plan, which is 
currently being developed by the 
Red Lake Watershed districL The 
plan, which could cost S I J million, 
would 'address sedimentation and 
weed problems, rivcrbank restora- 
tion, and provide water-related 
tourism attractions. 

• Soo Line depot acquisition and 
preservation. Sales tax revenue 
could help in the acquisition and 
renovation of the depot for public 
and or private use, relocate the 
steam engine and provide on-site 
parking. The total project cost esti- 
mate is $400,000. 

• Follow the Rivers project. 




rtm r«f <• 1 1 
Sain iai tr»rnue could help in 
paii"f ,or lhe tonitrociton of a 
pedritnan bndiT. (onoruction of a 
Uxtl feature such ai a fountain or 
icolpturc, and. development of 
native Amenvan-hittoncal faciliuo 
on the Northland Community Col- 
kr re utr The conceptual cost esti- 
mate u $*on.noo 

• Toumt and R.V. park eipan- 
uon Salfi us revenue could help 
in the acquiiition of property and 
improvement! which would pro- 
vide additional toumt-recrcauotul 
veh»clc and camping facilities. A 
conceptual cotl estimate wai 
placed at $230,000. 

• Youth activities center. Sales 
tax revenue could help in providing 
the funds to remodel andA* expand 
the existing building and provide 
furnishings and equipment for a 
youth acuvities center. A concep- 
tual cost estimate was placed at 
$100,000. 

• Muck Olson Civic Center Ren- 
ovations. Sale* revenue could help 
pay for the estimated 3400,000 cost - 
of replacing the conatlc floor and 
pining; help pay for the estimated 
$438,000 acousucal treatment and 
roof insulation; help pay for the 
estimated $247,000 cost to insulate 
the building was and complete 
exterior finish and replace the floor. 

• Huck Olson Civic Center 
Improvements. The sales lax could 
help pay for on estimated $822,000 
building addition that would 
include locker and team rooms, a 
Zamboni room, ground level public 
restrooms. It could also help pay 
an estimated $1.82 million tor an 
expanded lobby, ground level con- 
cession area, office space, meeting 
rooms, elevators and fire sprinkling 
system. The sales tax could also 
help pay for an estimated $948,000 
cost of an athletic field for football 
and track, tennis courts, new park- 
ing lots and facilities lighting at the 

-civic center. 

• Additional eligible project 
costs. The special legislauonpre- 
parcd for the city of Ely and Thief 
River Falls indicates that autho- 
rized expenses could include secur- 
ing or paying debt service on 
bonds, the expense of operating 
facilities and operations to promote 
and develop the project. It was 
decided to include an additional $5. 
million to cover these costs and the, 
total amount requested was rounded 
off to S15 million. 



Entry day Thursday 
for Pennington fair 



(Continued 
' Other Entertainment 
A teen dance will be' held 
Thursday evening in front of the 
grandstand beginning at 9 p.m. and 
continuing to 1 ajn. with music by 
Magic 96. 

Friday afternoon the senior citi- 
zen program will-be held in the 
agronomy (curling club) building at 
2 p.m. when the county's outstand- 
ing senior citizens will be recog- 
nized. Pennington county King 
Agossiz will be crowned prior to 
the 9 p.m. Mike Reid concert in 
front of the grandstand Friday. 

■ 4-H and ADGA sanction dairy 
goat show will be held Saturday at 
9 a.m„ the some time as the 4-H 
horse show which will be followed 



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by the open horse show. 

KKAQ rooster crowing contest 
tn Vfs place in the poultry building 
at H^ttm. and at 2 p.m. a pedal 
power mini-tractor pull will be held 
in front of the Huck Olson 
Memorial Center. Mark Chesnutt 
performances will conclude the day. 

Sunday events start with on open 
horse show at 9 am., continue with 
the 4-H fashion revue and awards 
program at 1 pjn. in the agronomy 
building and market livestock auc- 
tion at 3:30 p.m. between the live- 
stock buildings, and conclude with 
the Jaycec demolition derby which 
begins at 5:30 p.m. in front of the 
grandstand.) 



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(Continued 

ing more international and will con- 
tinue to do so at a higher rate in the 
future.- 

Kari says family has been and 
always, will be important to her,, 
because she has always been sur- 
rounded by loving people who have 
been supportive and caring of her 
and hcr^erjdeavors. 

'The world seems so much 
smaller and more vulnerable 'than it 



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has ever been," she said.. "Our . 
environment is depleting, AIDS has 
become an epidemic, social injus- 
tice is just as bad or worse, and 
there ore so many human beings 
who don't have enough to cat and 
don't have decent living conditions. 
I believe all that can help should 
with whatever means they have and 
I want to help in any way I can." 



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I Texas and Japan. After his dis- 
. charge, he worked for Jennings 
I Jensen who taught him the house- 

I moving trade. In Son Francisco, he 
eventually owned and operated a 
I successful ' house-moving and 
"■ shoring company. , 
I . He is survived by his mother, 
■ ' Evelyn of Daley City, CA, and three 
I aunts, Gladys Bakke of Thief River 

I Falls, Amelia (Milly) Elofson of 
Grand Forks and Ruth Oen of Thief 
| River Falls. 

I He was preceded in death by his 
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Dorane-Meycrs ol Oah Koih, WI, 
antertolnod an evening dinner party 
Tuesday, at tht Handy Farms In Thiol 
fUvor Falls, when guesta were Russell 
and Claries Floborg ol Viking, Mrs. 
Gladys Stromberg ol Newfolden. and 
Mra. Bonleta' Fulton of,Thlat River 
Folia. ' \ 

Sunday Joe and Stella. Blnwat 
attended trie 45th wedding anniversary 
open house celebration In honor ot Mr. 
and Mrs. Thomas Qerszewskl, held at 
their home. 

Debbie Price and Shown Dee 
anended the 45th wedding anniversary 
celebration In honor ot Mr. and Mrs. 
Tommy Hanson at Strathcona Sunday 
afternoon. 

-Diane and Scotty Daub of Phoenix, 
AZ> and Garry ana Nlta McNaughton 
and Joey of Rapid City, SD, spent three 
' days at the Gary and Shorl Peters 
home. On Thursday, Garry and Nlta 
McNaughton and Joey, and Shorl 
Peters and Math aw mode o trip to 
Canada. 

Frldoyjifunnoon visitors and \un: 
cheon guests -at the Russell and 



Clarice Floborg home wero Lois Gorne 
and Federal Way, WA, and Mavis 
Krohn. 

Tom and Janet Garcia, Krista, Kayla, 
end Jenny left for their homo In Cincin- 
nati. OH, an Saturday alter having 
spent a week at Janets parent's home, 
LLoyd and Elaine Ftanum. 

WlDy and Vicky HlUebrand of Grand . 
Forks spent the day Sunday at the Earl 
and Joyce Erlckson home. 

Rev. Mark Hovestol of the Oak Hills 



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Tuesday, July 7 

7 to R ijti. Tnastmanen meeting 
at north conference room. North- 
»tH Medical center, TRF. 

8 a_m. General chamber of com- 
merce retail membenhip meeting 
mectina at the Beat Western, Room 
105. TRF. 

12 noon Toastmaticrs meeting at 
the TRF publk: library. 

7 p.m. American Legion and aux- 
iliary joint dinner and meeting at the 
Legion club rooms. TRF. 

Wednesday, July 8 



1 to 4 p.m. Open house anniver- 
ury celebration lor Oscar and Nora 
Shcrvold at the First Baptitt church,' 
TRF. 

2 to 5 p.m. Open house birthday 
celebration for Irene Sculthorp at 
the Heritage center, TRF. 

2 to 5 p.m. Open house reception 
for Craig and Susan S wanton at the 
Evangelical Covenant church, TRF. 
2 to 5 pm. Open house anniver- 
ury celebration (or Irwin and Pearl 
Johnwm at the couplc'j home. TRF. 
7 p.m. Wedding and reception for 
Mikc Melby and Beth Nelson at 
Zion Lutheran church, TRF. 

7 prm. Open houie anniversary 

celebration for Howard and Karen 

6 pm. Moonlighters Lioness club Sjulestad at the Goodridge commu- 

mecting at the Lon'i reiuurant. mty hall ._— ;— r„ 

■j-n*. ° 7 p.m. Wedding and reception tor 

6 pm. Women of Today meeting Michael Hcstekind arrf Darey Gon- 

a^E.asc.ub.TRF. ?££$fi&J£3* ' ^^ 

Thursday, July 9 

9 to 11 a.m. Blood pressure and - 
foot care clinic at Goodridge senior 
citircn center. 

5:30 p.m. Oakland Parle Nursing 
Home executive board meeting at 
Ihe home, TRF. 

7:30 p.m. Open house bridal 
shower for Angie Engeselhcr at the 
Immanuel Lutheran church, Plum- 
mer. 

Friday, July.10 i 

1 p.m. Happy Seniors meeting at 
the Heritage center. TRF. 

Saturday, July 11 

9:30 arrn'. Women's brunch at 
Viking Covenant church, TRF. 




Church Notices 



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p m Ursief art V«*oar» 

Tue*day >iy 14:6 am. SuHmMt- 
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German languaoa ttudemti from T>W Rhrar Fab ha« bttnon 
tour In Europe and on« of tht places visited wai thlt 
NeuKhwimteln cattle. "...(W« hive) been all over Girflianv 
{Berlin, Frankfurt. Munich, etc.)." writes instructor PaM Young In 
a note to The Time*. -Vbrtfd BucnenwaW concentration camp, 
which was liberated by RussUn troops in 1945, but then they 
used It until 1950 to kin ptoptol Yesterday we were In the Asps 
on the Austrian side. The trip la going to be over tagsoonl 



Evsr^eucal Fr*e Church 

NewtoWert. M*we»«a 

Earl E<weatxt. Paator 

UvW* Hoobery. YcxKh CV actor 

Skxxlay Jury 12: °-55 mm. Swoday 

school; 11 a.m. Uornino worthrp. 7 

p.m. Evank>g l»How»h>p witti UicT%a»l 

Obbons. 

Uon day ■ Saturday. J^y 13-18: Jr 
Oris camp. 

Tueidey. July 1*: 1° » m Wh(l * 
Cro»t 



Tetemerten Lutheran Church 

Rural Goodridoe 

Raynard Huglen. PetJor 

Sunday. July 12: 030 a.m. Divi 

worship. 



'bethama and WeeUkar 

Fraa Lutheran Churches 
S**V>irVi. U«ma»ota 

l»!\- 1 f i<>j->3ar. Pastor 
Wadnaflay. Jj'y 1 RadiO ■ Ba«ha- 

Fr*jj f . Air 10 7 30 p m Deffiana 
WUT.Sprn i;/;aLrta ai Roaaau. 

Sunday. July 1»: Bam Bathaota 
•wsh-p tardea. 1030 am. Wastahar 
■ofV»p M>v<M;4pm Prayar at Wast- 
afca*. 6 p m Waf^Kar Luther league. 

HcJt Lutheran Parteh 
Haiareth and SINer Creek 
Euoaoa FtoiKad. Pastor 
Sonday. Jul/ 12: 9:30 a.m. Silver 
C/eek wvshp. 11 a/n. Naiarefli wor- 
ship. Rev. CliT Kafmoe wtl eonducl ser- 



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Heidi Dyrud 

Sunday, July 12 crowned Miss 

2 to 4 pm Open house binhdiy Marshall CO- 

celcbrulon for Vbona Prcam al Hk 
Heritage center, TRF. 

2 to 5 p.m. Open house birthday 
celebration for Emma Klocktnan at 
the Skylitc apartments. TRF. 

2 pjn. Open house bridal shower 
for Kelly Magner at the Newfolden 
community center. 

3 to 5 p.m. Open house baby 
shower for Donna Knott al Sl. 
Bernard's Catholic church base- 
ment. TRF. •' 

8 p.m. Family night at Westaker 
Lutheran church, Newfolden. 

Monday, July 13 

8 pjn. VFW auxiliary meeting al 
the VFW club rooms. TRF. 



Weekly Happenings 
Iri the Thief River Falls Area 

... SUPPORT OROUPS ,' .„„_a 

. . . Al-Anon meeting. Tuesdays at 8 pjn. at the Ntirihi^rVledlcol ■ 

Ncnhwe«ntaitcalctnta.iioBht»>rifeOTC<ii^ . 

■ Alcoholic. /oK<vmM,M^jsnKf,rnitnutfm.U-lt« 
Northwest Medical center, north conference room, »•*'.■ . . 

AlSoUcTAnonymoW Alpha gram. Sundays" 8 pjn. at the 
Northwest Medical ccnt«.rair&cooie«rsKerrxiirr, ricr. . 

AKSoBrS^LiymoM, Helping Haatto group, Saurrdays al 8 
pjn/MtlieStBeiMnftCluiVilJCClturrAW. ■-■■•- -••■ -■■ ,:; 

AlcohoUcs Anonymous meeting;, Thursdays at 8 pjn. al the 
Redeemer LntlieraA church. TRF. ' ; 

^SSiolics Anonymous, YotMPeopto% gram. Mondays al&30 
pjn.raNorthweslMedlctace»ier,(]RoOTn3).TRF. 

Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, Mondays al 8 p.m. at First 
Ulhramchutch.MJiltlU! River. m . . 

. Chronic Illness support group, Thursdays at 7 p.m.at the 
PjxleeineiLutheranchurchtlresiden)onj,i-RF. „ Nmh . 

aamblers Anonymous meeung, Thursdays at 8 p.m. al Norutr 

^ESSESSS&SSSiSR 8 p.m. . to Nonhwes. 

"iS^KyS'Thu^day. at 7 pjn. at to Northwest 

--^otSSS^rnou^eonesd.ys a. 1 p.m, a. the Middle 

" V 'ToK3g^y.«7pjn.a^ 

TOPS meeUnV Wednesdays al 7 pjn. al *e Ounderson court 

Mm T^n^S^Mdays .it lam. at the United Methodist church, 

^Violence' Inlerventlon Project women-s support *onp for victims 

ofdomes1icabiise(formoreinft)rml^caUt^l-5J57). __ 

Weight Witchers mee.Ung, Tuesdays at 6:15 p.m. al Die l«u> 

amxy - Memos .■'•'. - • '.' 

Kiwanls club, Tuesdays at 6:30 ajn. at the Best Wesiem inn. 
-- Oolden Kiwanis club, Tuesdays at 9:30 ajn.at Ihe.BeslWcstcm, 
'""'Noral Lions club, Wednesdays al 12 noon at the Legion club, 
TRF Sports Boosters cIub.Th'ursdays at 12, noon at the Rex cafe, 
. TW Rotary club. Mondays at 12:15 pjn. al the Best Wesjern Inn. 
TRF. . ~\~^-\ 

OTHER " 
Community Service Center at 1004 S. Ttndolph, TRF, will be 
open Mondays from l'to 6 pjn. 



Everybody's Market set for Sept. 



arrangements, 
ducted in ThiefRiver Falls smur- Space is -allocated on U» first 

d!v Scmemher 12 : Evcrybody-s come, first-serve basis with partici 
^.^PrJ 11 ^™ ™rf Yriir will .'nants invited lo indicate a locauoi 



Everybody's Market will be con- 
ducted In ThiefRiver Falls Satur- 



. Heidi Dyrud, daughter of Phil 
and-Avii Dyrud of Middle River 
and Miss Middle River of 1991-92, 
was crowned Miss Marshall County 
at the annual pageant Sunday, June 
28, at Warren. , 

First runner-up was Jennifer 
Diedrich, Miss Warren, and second 
runner-up was LcAnn Nordling, 
Miss Oslo. Crowning her successor 
was 1991 Miss Marshall County 
Linda Smcrxk of Grygta. 

Heidi Dyrud won the ulcntcom- 

g:tition with a piano solo. Jennifer 
iedrich the swimsuit competition 
and Heidi Carlson, Miss Stephen, 
was named Miss Congeniality. The 
evening gown and personal inter- 
view division winners were not 
announced. v 

Miss Dyrud will advance to the 
Miss Minnesota competitionlo be 
" held next spring in Austin. 

12 teams 
compete irr" 
horse pull 

Twelve teams of horses competed 
in a horse pull last Saturday. The 
horse pull was part or the Plummcr 
Fourth of July celebrations. 

Howard Wolf of TipsUanli, ND, 
won first place. His team of horses 
pulled 7,500 pounds, or 240.71 per 
cent of its weight, 

Paul GeRay's team, of Hillsboro. 
ND, won second place, pulling 700 
pounds, or 234 per cent of its 
. weight. 

John Topp's team, of Gray City, 
ND, won third place, pulling 6.500 
pounds, or 214 per cent of its weigh. 

Kathleen Wavra and Al Stc. 
Marie served on the horse pull com- 
mittee. Pete Mosbeck announced 
" and Gary Mc\fey acted as judge. 

The next horse pull organized is 
at the Red Lake. County fair July 19. 

Social Services 
to hold adoptive 
family picnic 

Lutheran Social Services of Min- 
nesota will hold its. third annual 
potluck picnic for families who' 
have adopted children through the 
agency on Sunday, July 26 from 
noon to 3:30 -p.m. at Woodlawn 
Park in Moomcad, Fourth Street and 
Fifth Avenue South. Families are 
invited to enjoy a family-focused 
afternoon of food,- fun and games 
for Idas of all ages. .There will be a 
group photograph at 12:15 p.m. for 
all families in attendance. 

In case of rain, the picnic will be 
' held indoors with special activities 
planned at the Lutheran Church of 
■the Good Shepherd, 1500 South 
Sixth Street, Moorhead. 

For more information nbout the 
event, contact' Sue Grundysen ar 
Lulhcran Social Service, "(218) 236- 
1494. 



Bible College near Bomldjl, was guest 
■peaker Sunday morning at the viking 
Covenant church. Following the service 



he was a dinner guest-al the Holwa?d 
and Ardefle Anderson home. 

Megan and Justin Magner <H New- 
folden were overnight Quests Friday, 
and spent Saturday at the home or 
their grandparents, Willis and Joyce 
Johnson. 

Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Rus- 
sell Floberg and Kenneth Halvorson 
attended the funeral of Mrs. Newell 
(AJIce) Nelson, which was held from the 
trinity Lutheran church In Thief River 
FaHa. . 



uuy, ocitivmubi »*•■ ~-— j- — re- 
market and outdoor craft fair will 
include sales of handmade and 
home-grown products from 
throughout the area. Participants 
will be located outside Thief River 
Falls business places and Floyd B. 
.Olson Park. ' 

. The deadline to reserve display 
space is August 31. Applicants 
mawwniact the Chamber of Com- 
merce office 681-3720 to discuss 



Viking 




Stubergs in 
concerts for 
Viking area 

Ken and Dorothy Stubcrg will 
be in concert at the Oak Ridge 
Lutheran church of rural Viking at 
9 a.m. and the Viking Lutheran 



'pants invited lo indicate a locouon 
preference. If the preferred loca- 
tion has already been awarded, on 
•alternate location will be assigned. 
A fee of SlOis to be included wilh 
each application. 

In the event of rain, the. first 65 
entries will be guaranteed space in 
ihe Thief River Fnlls Curling Club. 
There will be no refunds in the ^ 

event of rain. jhc Stubergs have been a full- 

. . ' time traveling Gospc! team since 

1982 with professional back- 
grounds in music, education and 

„„...„ and <*£ Hob.,,, w.r. J^JS^SSXVS'^i IS^cS&SSSiSS^i 



7 a.m. uuu me viking Lutheran 
church at 10:45 am. Sunday, July 
12. 



STOCK-UP 

SALE 

FOR KIDS 

SAVE ON BACK TO SCHOOL 

AND SUMMER APPAREL 

FOR BOYS AND GIRLS 

. 25% OFF ALL UNDERWEAR 

• 25% OFF ALL NOVELTY TEES 
. 25% OFF ALL COORDINATES 
. SAVE ON ALL DENIM JEANS 
. 25% OFF ALL SLEEPWEAR' 

• 25% OFF ALL SOCKS 

• 20j4Q% OFF-SELECTEp 

TOPS, SHORTS AND 
SWIMWEAR 
. 15-20% OFF ALL ATHLETIC 
SHOES . 



STOCK-UP 

SALE 

FOR LADIES 

• SAVE ON CASUAL SOCKS 

20% OFF 1-5 PAIRS 
25% OFF 6-11 PAIRS 
30% OFF 12 PRS. OR MORE 

• 25% OFF SELECT ATHLETIC 

SHOES 

• 25% OFF ALL DENIM 



STOCK-UP 

SALE 

FOR MEN 

. 25% OFF ALL UNDERWEAR 

■ 25% OFF ALL SOCKS 

■ 25% OFFWORK CLOTHES— 
»25% OFF SHORT SLEEVE 

CASUAL SHIRTS 
• 25% OFF ALL DENIM 




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I.DITOKIALS 



Jul.. 7. 1992 



The Times' Editorial Opinion 



The Times 

TTttst Rtvtr Falls, Minnosota 

Jofcn P. Mattaon, puNithrr 

Marvin Lund in, editor 
David Hill, atiocialr editor 



pa'jn. wtiolhor loca'V *■» i*' n ( f rt> plJ^M 
fton ony* *-oufC("> i- .rN^'-d 'o ',:*nu!a(8 
tr*r*ing and dixuvvon amor.} ouf rcvJort. 
Opn'on*. o«ptp-.*.od by t'i« (\i:cf a'o hit 
o*ti and ncl nocpv-.af'V titc" of c!hrr atari 
mpmbPfs Opinion', i»»prc%5P£l >n itorrts 

from olfinr publication:, m,iy bo conira- 
d-clory to thp odilor'r. o*n vm*". but are 
clorod (Of Bvirgrncrill inter ml 



Give Local Retailers 
The "First Shot" 

Following column entitled the "Rutherford. 
Report" «u written by Gary Rutherford. 

The other day I was Hiking to a unall town 
rctiikr He told ahcut a woman in n.is community 
who haJ come to his More wearing a new pur of 
shoe*. As she was browsing he overheard her nay. 
'Gosh. I could have bough! these *hocs right here 
and saved money besides." 

I could see he was hurt. Me asked. "Gary, 
irenl neighbors supposed to help each other? I'm 
fighting for my financial life in this community. 
She could have helped mc by buying in this store 
and I could have saved her money." 

I see this everywhere. Community retailers 
arc no* given first shot si new purchases. People 
exhaust their shopping list in the city mall without 
thinking thai the items could be bought at home. 
And. in this case, the shoes were actually priced 
lower there than in the city. Yet. when local stores 
close, few connect their buying habits to the 
closure. 

By giving your local retailers first shot, you 
give them the purchasing clout thai they need to 
provide lower priced goods and services. And 
you reinforce a retailer's faith in the community. 
Bui how many people in rural communities have 
consciously decided to give-local retailers first 
shot at all of their purchases? Put yourself in the 
retailer's place: would you put much inventory in 
stock if you saw the majority of items in town 
coming from the mall? 

The retailer remarked. "You know, Gary, it 
hurts all the retailers to know we hold no priority. 
Basically, the whole town has turned into a big 
Seven-Eleven. We are the last choice and only 
used for the small purchases that are urgent-" 

Most of you are familiar with a -mass 
merchandising term called "loss leader." Thai's an 
' Item or two priced very low to bring the consumer' 
into the store, even at a loss if necessary,- The 
consumer comes to buy "just that one item." but 
rarely ends up with just that - hVlocated- way in 
the back of the store, and by the time he or she 
finds it, the cart is filled with many other non- 
bargain items. However, many of those can be 
purchased at an equal or lower price in your own 
community. So while the "loss leader" strategy 
works for the mass merchandiser, the cart is filled 
with the life blood of your community's retail 
future. 

I know this is a tough discussion. I find my- 
self driving across town to buy gas at 41 .02 
instead of $1.04. On ten gallons I save 20 cents — 
but I spend 50 cents more in gas getting there! 
The concept of savine seems very enticing. But it 
turns out to be a fats; saving. Furthermore, even 
. if there are real savings, the reality of the death of 
a small town's retail sector cancels that oul If you 
only want to buy the lowest priced product, there 
isn't any question that you can find it in the Sam's 
Clubs and Wal-Marts of the bigger cities. But 
then the profits will continue being shipped to 
Arkansas and your retailers will continue to close 
up, never to' start again. 

And when you gel down to the bottom line, 
your savings may not be as great as you think. 
Final cost is the actual price we pay when 
everything is figured into the equation. 

To be fair, you have to figure in at least 25 
cents per mile for gas and wear and tear on your 
vehicles, at least $5 per hour for the extra time 
spent traveling, and generally there is a sandwich 
oratreatlhai we would have skipped. Add that to 



inc low «r pcrvnalh waller (nxn a Jaime in the 
w!jc of our rrvnem ^ our rum erect decline* 
and I think the rrutn n no lenper <o gracious. 
There actually iv a irrmcn.lou'. dilfcrrn^c between 
ihc firM and the (mil n^t wht>.h u = ultimately 
will pay for an item in ihc.ii> 

On the other hand. I g\si i believe > our loyalty 
UwulJ be to a local retailer who a-fu^es to try and 
compete. If ser\kc i<« [\xir. if siivks arc old and 
depleted, if Ihc laM rami job wa< in I960, then 
buy in the city. Rcuilcrv who rcfuv: to compete 
need to be replaced. 

But where retailers arc mint:, before you 
decide to make a purchase outMdc of your 
community, really weigh the cost- the total com 
vs. the first price. If you gel dose with a local 
retailer's price, give him or her your business. By 
giving them your first shot, and your commitment 
to the long term, local retailer, will have a reason 
to improve. They will have a restored faith in 
their future and for the community' as a whole. 

Sharing Waseca's Pain 

"Sad as this summer is for Waseca, the 
campus' closing is right for the university and the 
state of Minnesota." states an editorial entitled 
'Waseca's pain should be shared" in the July 1 
issue or the Star Tribune published in Minne- 
apolis. 

"Minnesota taxpayers pay for too much brick- 
and-monar in the name of higher education," the 
editorial continued. "As tight times have 
descended on all government enterprises, the need 
to dispense with some classrooms, labs and 
campus greens has become very apparent. 

"The university's regents saw that need, and 

• acted. Their vision and courage should by now 
have inspired similar moves toward consolidation, 
combination and closure in one or more of the 
state's other three higher-educational systems. 
Instead, they've choserf louse 1 their pending 
bureaucratic merger, to be completed in 1995, as 
-an excuse to avoid the obvious. 

• "....One lament reported by the Chronicle (of 
Higher Education) deserves to be taken tr/hcart by 
the state's education policymakers. C. Eugene 
Allen, a university vice president, said, 'IT you 
close one campus and you need to close more, 
you'd better close them all at the same lime. Let 
the pain in the slate be shared." Indeed. An- 
overbuilt higher education system is not just 
Waseca's problem." 

There may be some truth to the Star Tribune's 
editorial contention, bui the problem seems to be 
the tendency always to look outside the metro area 
to effect ccpnomy. The three higher education 

■ systems referred to in the Star Tribune editorial as 
being involved in a 1995 merger arc the state 
university system, the community college system 
and the technical college system. We look for 
very little if anything in the way of economy to 
come out of that legislatively manipulated menage 
a trots, but it is worth noting that the vast majority 
of the facilities involved in that merger arc in non- 
metro Minnesota. Apparently this is where the 
Star Tribune writer feels educational facilities arc 
expendable. 

If ibjCre is need to "dispense with some 
classrooms, labs and campus greens" as the writer 
states, let that activity begin where there is a 
proliferation of public and private higher 
education facilities — the Twin Cities metropolitan 
area. If pain is to txLsharcd, Waseca and other 
communities around the slate would be most" 
willing to share with their big city brethren. 




Letters To The Editor and. Corrections 



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and clarity. and to reject letters deemed, to __.._ letter. 



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names of writers from publication. 

Responses Invited: Letters critical of 
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Corrections: If an error Is made In 
ncw ?_°- r adve rtising publication. The Times -^ 
"encourages reffdejs rd"caH"ltrto"our ~. 
Immediate attention at 681-4450. We will ■ 
attempt to correct the error or clarify the 
misunderstanding In the next Issue. 



Amateur radio operators exam set for Mentor 



-ExaminQttona-to-ttuolify-for- 
Federal Communications Commis- 
sion (FCC) license for amateur 
radio operators will be conducted 
Tuesday. July 14. ai 6:45 p.m. at the 
- community center in Mentor. 
Exams will be given for new and 
advanced classes of amateur opera- 
tors. ■ ■ :*• " 

■ 'An operator taking advanced 
examinations should bring a photo- 
copy of nis or her current license. 



pcrvinn 1 rh^To Iricniiiictilion .and . a . 
non-refundable persona! check or 
money. order in the amount of 
$5.40, made payable to AARL/ 
VEC. . 

New operators taking the exami- 
nation need bring only personal 
fhoto identification for novice 
icense. For further information 
contact one of the following exam- 
iners: 



RonBinkerL,_BemidjL(75-l--_ 
9104); Marv Tocppcr, Cass Lake 
(335-6928); John Simmons, Pine- 
wood (243-2720; Greg Bruce, 
Fosston (435-1185); Jim Paylick. 
Mentor (637-2949; Judge John 
Roue, Crookston (281-2332); Cnpi 
Warren Tobin, USAF (773-0681); 
or Rod Kiug, Grand Forks. 780- 
9478. 



This past weekend I heard Irving 
Berlin's song "God Bless America 
sung. As always I was moved by the 
words in the song. If you haven't 
read the words recently, look them 
up. They arc worth your trouble. 

The song caused me to think 
once again about this great country 
of ours. It caused me to consider the 
pride I feel in being able to call 
myself *an American. It also trou- 
bled me. 

Remember as a child when you 
were told to say your bedtime 
prayers? If your prayers were typi- 
cal childlike prayers, you said 
something like this: "God bless 
Mommy and Daddy. God bless my 
brother and sister- &xf bless all the 
people. Amen." 

How simple those early prayers 
were, ycl how full of faith they also 
were, because as a child, we just 
plain expected God to bless all for 
which we were praying. 

Irving Berlin's song reminds me 
of those early prayers. "God 
Bless.. .America." what troubles me 
is when did we stop praying this 
prayer? When did our faith in the 
blessings of God cease? 

Maybe my answer is in the sec- 
ond phrase of his song which tells 
of the land that we love. Do we 
truly love this land? We can proba- 
bly all say that we would not want 
to live anywhere else. We would 
probably all say that this country 
treats us better than most nations 
treat their peoples. But, do we love 
this land? 

If we loved this land, we would 
all be concerned for the environ- 
ment of our nationf-We would all be 
conserving and reusing and make- 
doing and remaking. If we loved 
this land we would all be preserving 
as much of it as we possibly could 
for the use of future generations. If 
we loved this land we would be 
careful with it. We would be cher- 
ishing it doily. 

We ask God to stand beside and 
guide .our nation. Yet. when did we 
lose the faith that our nation's guid- 
ance nndwisdom was from a higher 
Source? 

As we sing of the beautiful land, 
do we see only the environment of 
our nation — oceans, mountains, 
plains, and every notund environ- 
ment in between? Or, do we also see " 
the people that live in and near the 
different environments? Have we 
forgotten the people of our land? Do 
we ignore each other? Do we look 
out for only ourselves and our best 
interests? How can we expect God 
to bless our land if we forget one 
another? 

Remember ihc days when faith 
and patriotism went hand in hand? 
Those arc days that we should have 
cherished for the next generation. 
The pride we had in America, in our 
faith, in our families, has been dealt 
_ a dose of reality. Pride .tarnishes.. 

Karl DeLap 
at Concordia 

Kari Jo DeLap of Thief River 
Falls has announced her decision to 

- enroll at Concordia College in 
Moorhcad. She is a 1992 graduate 

~~ oTXincolirhlgh school" In" Thlfif" 
River Falls and is the daughter of 
Roger and Carol DeLap of Thief 
River Falls. 

' While in high school, Kari par- 
ticipated on the all-academic team, 
tennis team, hockey cheerleading 
team. National Honor Society, Con- 
cert Choir, and other musical orga- 
nizations and on the school news- 
paper. 



when it is not cherished. Ycl how 
can we cherish abuse and neglect 
and ill treatment of others? How can 
we cherish lack of hone and lack of 
trust? The reality of the suffering in 
our nation's peoples causes us to 
forget the pride we have in being 
Americans. 

It is interesting to look back on 
the past, and then look at the present 
and in the looking, sec the similari- 
ties. Today, we are being admon- 
ished to start protecting our environ- 
ment. Today we arc DCginning to 
see the value once again. of family 
life. Today wc arc beginning to see 
that faith docs matter. 
1 God bless American, docs not 
have tobeontywishful thinking. As 
wc, pray for guidance, wc must also 
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Clinton Brawley 
graduates from 
basic training 

Airman 1st Class Clinton S. 
Brawley has graduated from Air 
Force basic training at Lackland 
Air Force Base, TX. 

During iho six weeks of training 
the airman studied Air Force mis- 
sion, organization and customs and 
received special training in human 
relations. In addition, airmen who 
complete basic training cam credits 
toward an associate degree through 
the Community College of the Air 
Force. 

Brawley is the son of Henry O. 
and Judy L. Brawley of rural 
Grygla. He is a 1989 graduate of 
Middle Rivar high school. 



Viking , 



listen for wisdom. In the listening 

we gain the ability to cherish one GStZKQ 

another and our great notion. 

Wc arc daily being blessed in our 
nation. Let's remember the Source 
of these blessings and in the remem- 
bering, give thankt, 



Monday afternoon visitors and lun- 
cheon Dusatt at iht Rutssll and 
Claries Flobarg horns wars Bonlata 
Fulton, and Ingn Hottan ot Thltl Rtvar 
FaBa. AI»a coming later and lorvuppaf 
at the Flobarg homa wars Dal* and 
Chrit VUla. 



Visitors during ths weak at tha 
Chaslla Ftuud homa war* Walter Lun- 
sener. Qlenn Lun setter, and Mr. and 
Mra. Robert Preslebak of Ooodridge. 



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4. Circular path 

8, Recede 

9. Waierwuy 

10. Amend 

11. Open grassland 

12. Snowhui 

13. Disregarded 

16. Deprived 

19. Kidnap 
23. Dare 
26. Suppose' 

28. Plaything 

29. Overturn 
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2. Trivial 

3. Fairly rich 
' A. Acquire 

5. Intellect 

6. Readier 

7. Healed 
9. Ascend 

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17. Before 

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20. Cheerful 

21. Entertain 

22. Impede 

23. Guarantee 

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TmvcrtKW tr**»t firm all parti 
erf ihc u*»e »iH rt«x«rid «iih pyrly 
of th* Ui>flm. By Sundiy f"|ht 
tfce fUl -hfdrckrd ttrMii of Th.rf 
Rjvr-r Falli »ill t* f» lk,d * llJl ,hf 
vantuard of Lr|Kw hn*ti Al lead 
1 000 »iU be there by Monday. * 

In 1915 rrrcuJ trnnt on ibe Son 
Line and Grcal Northern traveled 
from the Twin Cities and northern 
Minnesota, convention-bound 10 
Thief River. 

Riilroid companies left their 
ineci»J Uiins on lidctracki in the 
city in order thai they be used as 
llcepini quarter* during ihe three 
days. They_»l«> opera 1 ™ their dm- 



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ini can. i»c mi j « »■ — ■■-- 

Falls provided ample lishtwi m ihe 
railroad yards. 

The Soo Line advertised thai on 
ihe 'official «nd shortest route spc- - .... ... 

oil trains will leave St. P«ul on dull. Thi 
Sunday. August 9 to accommodate 

delewtej * n d 'J*' 1 ' '"C *** from ,he 
1st. 2nd. 3rd. 4ih. 5th and 7th dis ; 



.... NieM pcrftfman.c at thr 
i.tium T»rnt> x.\\ Mlr.l ihc 
'■■A »>i frre in all 
irhri Monday f*enin E four 
ni-Mpe plafe* '" im "^ M,fl- 
■olit' Itl'Jih Sduadrnn offered 
thnlli h> pcitirminj 1**^ ihe 
aod other tyraiiom ahovc the 
tv The Air Ikrhy ended »nh a 
'ki:ilc in ihe cliwdi* thai prtiTidcd 



a rirr*orkt inectaclc for the early 
he planes landed on the 



N'if*T (atm. rtcM tSr f»irfr««n.it 

On Tuft,I»> Ihr hit r*'*'' 1 " ''' 
mjriSrrt « Cf.l fnmi Jn»nin»n m 
y.c fairrrLmindi \ itircn har*1i *r>J 
l«rhe dnjm arv] hojlf n*y" na/l>. 
.patrd TV TirK i rrprte.l thai tV 
(.orpi pfmi.le.J ~Ni1lia.it umlcnri 
arj uufifv. tKnut^mr rtnihm * 

On Wednckliy the »iuP»ijra»- 
clrd 10 Winnincf 'With lin.ll* fre 1- 
mj; to»arJ Thief River Falli for 
cordial hospitality. l.VO hoarded 
four tnecial train*. Hundred! of 
Thief Kiver Falls cihrens »ere at 
the Stations tohtd viwinrs farewell .* 
The iraini deroned Thief River 
Falls ai 2 p m and arrived m "*•'«*■ 



m irk lk»1tf f railrrwd 

f«r »ifh iWffuri * , <imf™.Ulr«»» 
f,., h*r n. r Mi »»» >:i " for a 
V.jul Mrrp" »"•' *- k ( '* ,n * ■ 
%iar*l*r-1 Mrpn 

On AujuM I 1 I 'J-"* the TJuti 
hl^a I iU Iiau rrr^rt^l thai thry 
e uin-.Mt.l l^at 0V p^lx*" <* lhf 
l,.»n m trrawJ h. Hi rm f<« the 
three .1**1 "TV ('« in vent »<wi »at a 
[rind iui(fi< The (ofdial tpitil 

• iih »h..h TT.»ef Rivn lallt frees- 
rJ ton*rnii<"i (unti »a* an out- 
uarklieif nhiw of the evrnl 

The li?ci«..«xluded.'Ahhou|:h 
there *ai much hilarity and fun- 
maljne. the frraier part of the con- 
vention »as husinen. particularly 

• elfare actnmet amonf veterani 
and familiei " 

Stae: Thank you to Mayor Bob 
Reeve for providing a reprint ot* the 



tricu". These traim left SL Paul and 
10 p.m.. Minneapolis al 1O.40 p.m. 
and arrived in Thief River Falls at 7 
un. the next day. 

Other housing preparations were 
taken care of by the aid of rexxicnU 
who threw open their homes for the 
overflow crowds that could not be 
taken care of by hotels and the 
trains. Mrs. A.W. Swedenburg. head 
of the housing committee 
announced rates for rooms al 51.25 
a day with meals from 35 to 50 
cents each. 

Many automobile parties pitched 

camp at the Convention City, sclcct- 

~- ■ .. , «. ui ik. c«-*w nl ing inof silcs wdl "" advancc of "^ 

10th annual reception and tirppw honoring Rep. Winy JJJJJ « tKni invasion. 
Thief River Falls wai held last Tuetday evening lr ^the Eaglei icluD -Delegates will bepu ting the 
roomi in Thief River FalU. Walleye and wild rfce were on the nnishing ^^ on -rtn L.z : with 
menu for the dinner (top photo) and the program Included a visit thc prase gun ,n preparauon for the 
.TSm "bag lady- N^mVH.n.on of Goodrldge. A long-time anruial gatUng." thTLaipn^ 
worker on Sparby campaign.. H.nwn now find. herwH ouUlde reported, 
his district duo to the ertange '" boundario. ai^re.ult ot ™ "J J^J u of nowcrs 
redistricting. Rep. Sparby presented Mrs. HinwnwWi a plaque ^^ wiU , m ^S asordlI$l ers f 
expressing appreciation (or her past campaign ettons. ckctrjc Ughts ^ xt tne ^s ign rr at 

night American I, rgifiriniii"^"*?^' 
cd° 'Even the annual alfalfa shows 
of Pennington County have not 
brought forth the ideas of decoration 
that have been set up W welcome 
thc Legion and Auxiliary." 

Official convention badges pro- 
claimed. "Home of Alfalfa." 

The Commander of the Minneso- 
ta Department, Edwin A. Lindel. 
arrived by airplane. 



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Gens Petarson raturnad homa on 
Friday after having surgery at UnMed 
Hospital In Grand Forks. 

Jeulca Rahman and Braden ot Pal- 
can Rapids sptrrt several daya ot the 
Raubon Engevlk home helping and vis- 



Mr. and Mra. Wayna |Tleman and 
Brett and thre« Wends ot Hatodt. visit- 
^ on Sunday at tha Lyta Blahauvtatz 
home. 



I1VOJ UJ uuytuMn,. 

area vtelting reiauve. »«"■«■"•■- — The speeches were many, 
at the Jerry Udnec and Keith McDon- Stafrord fc ng said, "The Legion. 



oris, and Mr. ana mt». am ju»-». fvntagw 01 nwi»n. "•■-■ — 7,i"__ „ 
They celebrated Bert and Pearta wed- ^8 weekend at the Eunice Hagen 



ding anniversary. 

Nathan and Karen Engevlk. Katie 
and Amy ol Roseau visited at Ihe 
Reuben Engevik home on Saturday. 

Friday Mrs. Cheslie_Ruud ™— " 



°Rauben Engevik apent the weekend 
In the Fargo-Woorhaad area and 
attended the Special Sports gamea. 

Mr. and Mra. Arnold McDonaah ot 
Florida attended the 50'a reunion at 
Middle River over the weekend. 



rrioay mi». uimu.<i»-- " — - 
forenoon visitor at the RussbII Frani- 
man home at Grygla. A dinner guest at 

the Orvln Anderson home at M r. and Mrs. Lyle BlohaiMon wei" 

Goodridge. Others there wore Mrs. Mel „((„ flU8 sts on Tuesday morning nt AKin GA\/P 

Simmons ^ond Mrs. Erlck Dlckovlch ol ft. Doiinta McMUIIn (wm. , SHOP AND SAVt 

Minnoaoolls Walter Lunsetter attended his BOtn 

wSdnotday Mr. and Mre. Reuben Jj^Zn^a the University ot MIn- /hj 

Engevik wero among the guests al 1 tha ne30ta m aooteton on Saturday. oiv/cd CA I I C 

Doan Anderson homa at Newtolden. MrB . Ly | e Blnhauvlotl . vlalted with T>//5P RIVEH hALLO 

Thoy celobrotod Loah'a 10th blrthdoy. Amanda Johnson on Monday. 



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[n lie we loved you dear*, 1 . 
In death u* love you ttiU 
In our heart* you hold a pbce. 
No one could ever (ill. 
h broit* our heart* lo kwe you 
Bui you tidnl go alone: 
For a part of u* went with you 
The day God took you home 

Sadly Mnwd. Wilh Low, 

Mom & Dad. 

Sisters Jamie & Angic, 

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Presenting piano solos it the 
"All Star Kids" talsnt show 
Wednesday, July 8 at 2 p.m. at 
the Thlaf River Falls public 
library will be Jessica (left) and 
Karl Krankkala. Performers' 

Siarents, grandparents and 
riends are welcome to attend 
the event which is part of the 
summer library program. 

Beltrami Co. 
Fair features 
Crystal Gayle 

The "All New in "92" Beltrami 
County Fair opens this year on July 
29 and runs through August 2. The 
new fairgrounds ore located three 
miles north of Bcmidji on USJJigh- 
way71. 

In keeping wilh Ihcir theme, the 
Beltrami County Fair Board is. 
offering big name intertalnment. a 
departure from previous fairs. Crys- 
tal Gavlc will perform two concerts 
on Saturday evening. August 1. On 
Sunday. August 2, Michael Johnson 
will perform; and on Thursday and 
Friday evenings, July 30-31. the 
Mosbruckcr Northern Plains Rodeo 
Association will host a seven-event 
rodeo competition. 

The all new fairgrounds offers 
large exhibition buildings, livestock 
barns and a riding arena. Entertain- 
ment events will be held in a cov- 
ered grandstand. 

Other fairtimc activities include 
Scric Fun Shows for midway rides 
and games of chance, riding events 
in the new riding arena for four days 
of the fair, exhibits and livestock 
shows. 

Concert Ticket Prices are $1230 
for Crystal Gaylc. S7.50 for Michael 
Johnson, or both for $16. 

Rodeo Ticket Prices arc $9 for 
adults and $5 for children under 12. 

For further info and to order con- 
cert tickets call 1-800-458-2223. 

Airshow set 
at Bemidji 

Bemtdji's first airshow is sched- 
uled for July 25-26. The airshow 
will mark the dedication of the 
Bcmidji-Bcllrami County Airport 
and its recently completes $2.8 mil- 
lion face lift, including a new termi- 
nal and hangar. 

Some 1.200 to 1.400 airplanes 
will be featured at the show, includ- 
ing a "Static display" of two F-16s 
and a flyby of a Stealth. Other air- 
craft include on Air Force C-5, the 
world's largest transport plane with 
a wingspan of 240 feet; a CH-53 
Sea Stallion helicopter, the largest 
helicopter in the military; several 
World War II and Korean War 

C* ics, including the torpedo 
bcr-in-which-Gcorge-Bush-flew- 
'" and the Japanese Kate, used in the 
movie "Torn Torn Tbra": and a KC- 
10 refueler plane. 

.< Saturday's activities will start at 
8 am. and run until midnight. There., 
will be a fish fry at S6 per person 
ancf a pow wow Saturday night fol- 
lowed by n pyrotechnics show at 
twilight. Sunday will begin wilh a 
breakfast at 6 o.m. with events con- 
tinuing until about 7 p.m. 

There will be free hot air balloon 
■rides both days, as well as heli- 
copter and airplane rides. Seminars 
on avionics and aviation careers will 
be offcrcdtAt various locations for 
both children and adults. There will 
also be live music Saturday- night at 
the hangar with the After 5 Band. 

Tickets will be $5 for each day 
for children ages 7 to 14. $10 a day 
for adults, $25 (or families of four 
including children 7 to 14. and $40 
for the weekend for families of four. 

Fof information call 1-800-458- 
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Mefcrlutheran church northeast of Angus win observe Its 100th 
anniversary with events Saturday and Sunday. Jury 11 and 12. A 
communion service Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and centennial 
program Sunday at 230 p.m. will be among the" main events. 

Melo church to 
note centennial 



Located five miles cast and two 
miles north of Angus, Melo 
Lutheran church will observe the 
100th anniversary of its founding 
Saturday and Sunday, July II and 
12. Area residents ana former 
members are invited to participate 
in events planned for both days. 

Opening event will be an infor- 
mal gathering at 3 p.m. Saturday 
with coffee, lemonade and cookies 
being served. A poUuck meal will 
be served at 6 pjn.. followed by a 
communion worship service at 7:30 
pjn.. led by Rev. Richard Luedtkc, 
pastor of the congregation. 

Opening event Sunday will be a 
catered meal at noon, for which 
reserved seating has already been 
sold. A hymn sing at 2 pjn, will be 
followed by a special Centennial 
service at 230 pjn„ at which sever- 
al former pastors and interns have 
indicated they will participate, 

Melo church history dates back 
to March 17, 1892, when a group of 
people led by Rev. Bcrsvend 
Anderson, who occasionally visited 
the community to preach, met at the 
John Gabrielson home to organize a 
congregation. 

The constitution was written by 
Lars Chelson and adopted at the 
meeting. Since most of the settlers 
in the area were from Melo, 
Helgoland, Norway, they voted to 
call the congregation Melo. 
Services were held in the homes 
ond membership was about 40 peo- 
ple. At the first annual meeting 
Dec. 19, 1892, the decision was 
made to organize a Sunday school. 

Rev. Skunes became pastor in 
.1895 and it was during oils time 
that Melo church joined with the 
Warren parish which included Our 
Savior's Lutheran church. 

In 1895 the congregation also 
decided to build a church building. 
An acre of land in Section 5 of 
Brandt township was purchased 
because it was centrally located 
among the membership and con- 
struction began June 24,-1896. 

It wasn t until 1898 that the 
walls and ceiling .were closed up 
and iron rods were installed to pull 
the spreading walls together. . These 



rods are still in place in die church 
today. 

Many additions and improve- 
ments have been made to the build- 
ing over the years to help modern- 
ize iL Presently there are 104 bap- 
tized and 74 confirmed members 
with Rev. Richard Luedtkc as pas- 
tor. Organists are Mrs. Wayne 
Hamrick and Mrs. Don Vbtavs and 
Mylo Carlson is president of the 
congregation. 

Albert Chruszch serves as gener- 
al chairman of the c e n t e nn ia l steer- 
ins committee which has ■ number 
ofsubcommiltces. They include ■ 
the following with lbs first person 
listed chairing the subcommittee: 

Arrangements— Blake Owens, 
Donna Gallagher, Randy Owens, 
Darlene Novacek, John Pearson, 
Kevin and Sandi Kail and Marilyn 
Chruszch; 

Program — Mylo Carlson, Dusae 
and Marie Fillipi, Wayne and Char 
Strickler, Linda Hamrick, John 
Johnson and Michael Carlson; 

History — Marlene Carlson, 
Dorothy Hamrick, Ralph Hamrick, 
Alice Pedcrson, Mary Chruszch, 
Pearl Johnson, Rhonda Owens and 
Margaret Carlson; 

Public Relations — Lowell 
Hamrick, Shirley Hamrick, George 
and Marie Owens. Florence Owens, 
Luvernc and Marlene Owens, 
Robert Hamrick, Dannie Hamrick, 
Gary and Brad Owens, Lawrence 
and Sandra Solvit; 
- Building — Warren Hamrick, Jim 
and Karen Pearson. Kevin and Lori 
Hamrick. Wayneand Steve Ham- 
rick, Larry and Rah Rud and Joel 
Flaten. ' 

. Souvenirs of the centennial will 
be available at the event and will 
include caps, cups, note cards, 
cookbooks and history books. 

"As we at Melo come to this 
milestone of our church, we thank 
those of past years and those who 
are now active for 'A Century in 
His Hands," says a statement 
issued by the centennial committee 
"We wish God's blessing to all who 
will come and join in our celebrat- 
ing this 100th birthday of Melo 
church. Everyone is welcome." 



HELP YOURSELF TO 
^BETTER-HEALTH- 

Northwest: Medical Center and the Falls Clinic. Dtv. of 
Dakota Clinic Ltd,', again offer you and your family 
another opportunity to improve your health. 

Cholesterol screening examinations will be buered at 
the following locations during Jury: 

Pennington County Fair - July 9 - 12 at the 
Pennington County Sports Arena. . 

Red Lake County Pair - July 18 at the Oklee 
High SchooL (3:00 P.M.-8:00 P.M.) 

The National Cholesterol Education Program, a 
combined effort of 30 government agencies and private 
health-groups, has recommended that all adults have 
their cholesterol level determined. The screening tests 
offered in cooperation with Northwest Medical Center 
and the Falls/Dakota Clinic are an excellent way to have 
your cholesterol level determined. You do not need to 
fast for this screening. $5.00' charge per test. 



Several speeding cases 
listed in citation bulletin 



luifd in ihr auhofi hsllctia for 
Ntrih duum anjn m Prtwiwifirti 
count* 

Tfeiff Rim Falls aoIKi 
a>t*rtatr«l ram: Noel Tfcny Jc^- 
pm. Thief Rntr f'tllt, bciai la 
coDtxol of ■ motor vthtcle *aik 
under thr influence. SK50 fine. 
J1W (urerurit. S7-M)cowt cotts. 
one year in >ail with II moailu 
■urytd for two yean; Todd RjcfaenJ 
Ho»ta, Th>ef River FslU. carckss 
driving.. $73 fine. $9 lurchsrft. 
$7.30 court com: Sonya Lyoa 
Korpi. Muldle River, ■p cg dini 40 
in a 30 mnh rone. $47.50 fiae. 
$4.80 mrchirge; Bridget Rosalie 
Paulson. Goodndfe. needing 41 ks 
■ 30 mph rone, $47 SO fine. $4 JO 
lurtlurfe; Lavon Doren Sonran, 
TTuef River Falls, no scat belt, $23 
fine; 

Terry Lee Aneruon. Thief Rrver 
Falls, driving while intoxicated, 
$300 fine. $60 surcharge. $7J0 
court com. 30 days in jail suyed 
for two yean: Michael Jon Gail. 
Cryila. driving while mioxicased, 
SiOO fine, $60 surcharge, $7.50 
court com. 30 days in jail stared 
for two years; Dewey Lenhart Han- 
son Jr.. Thief River Falls, handi- 
capped parking stall without a per- 
mit. $100 fine. $12 surchsrie, 
$7 JO court com; Moniooe Faith 
Peterson, Thief River Falls, failure 
to yield resulting in an accident, 
$47 JO fine. $450 surcruu'ge; Rod- 
ney Leroy Peterson, Thief RiTer 
Falls, no scat belt. $25 fine; 
Howard Henry Stowe, Thief River 
Falls, driving after suspension, $40 
surcharge, $7.50 court coils, 30 
days in >ail. 

Minnesota state patrol cases: 
Chad Lloyd Erickson, Blooming- 
ton. speeding 66 in a 55 mph zone, 
$42.50 fine. $4.80 surcharge, $3 
court costs; Sherman Stanley 
Lysne, Thief River Falls, speeding 
69 in a 55 mph zone, $4230 fine, 
$4.80 surcharge. $5 court costs; 
David Mark Paulson, Goodridge, 
speeding 65 in a 55 mph zone, 
$42.50 fine, $4.80 surcharge, $5 
court costs; Kelly Jo Gould, Thief 



rumx-Mfd and rrluul m tohmii to 
ten. 1710 fine. 1W lurcrnrge, 
$7JWc<Ml l<HU.m mnnih* * jwl 
on cr»r chjrrcc and •« days in >■! osj 
the tihr* charcr U*h usyod ft* two 
-titcd nmhatton; Josh 



Rntr Islli. iprrdini TO in • ^ 
mnh mne. i^i Une. V> utftrorrr. 
$7 HI c<-u(t tou». 1 worn Omrff 
Nauli. ^nwunri. Marnier*. irjW'1 
tag M in a \i mph /"«. V^* ^' 
fmr. $4 tiO mrthatgt. 53 cooil 
com. Thomii Allen S»en»on. 
Detmu Laic i. ^ceding t\*> m a *i5 
mph 7coc . WI.M! fine. U 80 tor- 
durgx, $3 court emu. N'KhoIas Jen 

FYotttatt. Red Lake Fafli. Rieedmg ;-,----- . ,».- „.,,, ..=__ 

UuT7$3 mph xc«e, S52J0 fine* J« u J« K ^«!l"f? L^Si 

$6,«rUu»ie,F5a»rtcoiti. ^"TZfcW^ZSiZl 

Ptaai.gto. coaaty sheriff «« f? 7 ^'il^J^jLTj 

set: Marl Donaran r^cd on supervuad r^obauoa for 

I, Goodridje, dnvaig wh.lc f* > T > T, ■ 



yean uriRffrr»i»cd nmnattcm; i<mm 
Jonaihaui Th«iip«in. Thief River 
Fills, ipeedmg ft3 in a 55 mpll 
im, $47.yt fine. $4JW toaharje; 
Darryl Craig Raanutaca. Nr»foid- 
en. iiaoance of a worthies* check. 





The Plummer Ccmmunity Ckab/S4«lor Crtsnsns 
float was one of 70 parade unit* In the 
Plummer Fourth of Jury parade. The St rtteJre 
Commulty Qub, Farmer* Union OS, and the St. 
Hitairs Co-op Elevator won wftfi their Santa 
Maria. Nina and Plnta floats. Lyto BJorg* of 



TWef Bver Fafle won the svitlosie nte^ix vaMcte 
citSvaywttirAlsaMJohnDNri. Howard 
Lafayette of Ptomaner won In the horae 
catagory- Tho Pswawaier Atumni School Band 
won fo tnv munUmg cssm. Tht Tbhsf Rhtr 
Fafis 40 et t Vbtasni won tho Deftrlotic eat*gory. 



Gatzke Community News 



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Tha Oatzka Saniort mat on 
Wadnaidsy. Al Sotam and Virginia 
Mar*on ot TNat Bhrar Fafla wara goa«t 
tp^aura. Am EncaWad «n tha door 
pnra. and lira. Lyta BlahaiMatz. Urt. 
Ba Bamstaln and Karyt Laraon aarvad 
lunch. 

Wahar bmattar vtalad on Saturday 
avaning at tia Lyta Oanauvtatt noma. 

CoocfafliaBxia to Meld Laach and 
Randy UcMiltn who wara marriad at 
Zion Lutfiaran church In Thlaf Rivar 
FaDi on SaSaday. 

Visitor! on Tuatday avaning al tha 
Clifford Klamar homa wara Mr. and 
Mrs. Norrfs Haaan of Grygta. 
Cwttrnwr Anoraciatlon Niaht was held DV Creative aipperS last Chrinochar Howard ot Wirrm apart 

SiMi !S*S£m1 *fai roon,, yjgj-j ^sssssasts^ h " 

Falls. Salon owner-operator Brenda Stelger {right) demonstrates - Mffj^,,, Lofgran of crookston 
hair coloring techniques for Laura Stelger (left) and Bambl tptnl th, waakand at *ia wayna Lun- 
° --' — sanar homa and aflandad tha Fabukxia 

RWai daaa Raunlon at fcAdda Rtvar. 



Bart and Paart Jonas catabrsttd vSsh a 



w „>eia QaryjC oaM tamty. and halplnq 

rhalTtilat wadding annlvarsary on ea«t»canMoandraady. 
Tuaadav- Cor«|ratulaaona. Mr. and lira. Hlaimar 

Sunday l*Tarid Ura. Fjranae Wann- Alvarado. Ura. ^M«Ji 



Grlssom. 



ar and Alma Wagnar of UUtla Rtvar. 
bin. Don Katoay oT SL Paul, and Oga 
Engavfc of THaf Rtvar Fata vtaltad at 
tha Oana Patanon homa. 

Mr. and Ura. Ray Bkyhjm of Uhaau- 
kaa. WI. ara aoandlng a araak al tha 
Jual Auna homa. 

Thoaa attandlng tha 50'a claas 
rauraon at UkUaJavar ovar tw waak- 
and wara Mr. and Mrs. Raymond 
Uoriasay, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Monson, 
Arvln Brakkaatran. Mr. and Mra. 
Claranca Daht. Mr. and Mra. Larry 
DahL Mr. and Mra. Alan Savarts, Mr. 
and Mra. Wayna Lunaanar. Mr. and 
lira. Howard Lunaattar and Mr. and 
aba. OiBord Klamar. 

Mr. and Mra. Evan Waatbarg span 
Juna 16th until tha 25m. at Hibblng 



Nalaon of 

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Olga Engavk vtahad on Sunday at 
B* Rauban Engavfc homa, 

Ur. and Ura. Gaytan Brakkaavan of 
Uichtoan. apant tha waakand In tha 
waa and aOandad Bia daaa raunton al 



, j Mr. and Mra. Ray- 
mond uartan ot Uiwaukaa. Mr. and 
Mrs. Waily Bkylom and Darrin of 
Qrygaa. and Mra. Jual Auna vtahad at 
tha WaSy Sparby homa in Thlaf RVar 
Fafla. 

Monday avaning Mr. and Ura. Lyla 
BlahauviaU vtatted at tha Ron Sim- 
mona homa at Roaaau. 

Vtanora on Sunday at tha Jual Auna 
homa wara Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wold and 
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dinnar at 7 pjn. at tha Eagkaa club room. A family picrne will Uka ptaca at 
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lo talk SimanovLki out o( the hooac 
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Stmanonkj u being held at the 
Northmen Regional Correction 
Center in Crcwkjton 



Local man arrested 



A local nun was arrescd m con- 
nection »ith a shooting incident m 
Smiley io»nihip carty Thursday 
morning. 

According to a Pennington 
county ihentri department 
(pokepenoo. a car »ith five men 
tn it drove uik> the yard erf a Smiley 
towruhip residence at about 2 un. 
Thuriday morning. Darrcl Roy 
FUoen. 23. Th*cf River Falls, came 
Out or the house with a nflc pointed 



at people in the car. Flatten 'i broth- 
er then got out of rite car and lifted 
[he gun into the air and it dis- 
charged four times. Nobody was 
injured. 

Flatten has been charged with 
second degree assault, lie alleged- 
ly said he was juu trying to scare 
the people in the car. He appeared 
in a Ninth Duma court Thursday 
and was released on his own per- 
ioral recognizance. 




A rttnactmtnt group from the North Dakota 
Cavalry firti a cannon Jn Ptummer'f Jury Fourth 
celebration last Saturday. The group uses the 
cannon, which tlrea 12 pound cannon balls, to 
fire cabbage. The'1,217 pound cannon it one of 



145 cannoni built by an Ohio company in 1862. 
Pvt Dick Parrlsh or Mlnot said presumably the 
cannon was used by the Union Army end 
brought west for the Indian Wan. 



Mi-.rvi.ti mtr |um»1 rt\civ-\l a 
rrr>>n •■( an anuVnt at |0 V) pm 
Vi>nJ»> ni-jhi l».i ami i-nc half 
rule* fieri t* Thief Hn-ef I all* on 
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AinmliTig m if* axcitleni rrni*i. 
Shirk-. I'onrmann. i'}, Hed Lake 
Fall* »a»dminRi \tH\ Chevmltt 
four J -or nmih on Highway 59.- 
when a I-J74 Idxvla dnvrn by HiJ- 
»ey IVrr/. Thief Rim Fallw age 19. 
atneiTptcd in pav-i her on the ihcul 
dcr of the toad The vehicle* 
locked up and hoih went into the 
ditch. Kmemann »a* able lo main- 
tain control of her *chicle. The 
Percr --chicle, however, tolled a 
number of times. Ray Prrer. 17, a 
pa-ivenper in the Pert/ vehicle was 
taken tn NorthwcW Medical center 
with head and neck Injuries. He 
was later irantfenrd to United Hos- 
pital in Grand Forks. Hilly Perez 
was treated and released at North- 
west Medical Center in Thief River 
Falls. 

The Honda driven by Perez was 
considered a total loss. The Fone- 
mann vehicle sustained moderate 
damage and Shirley was not 
injured. Charges are pending. 



Beich faces sentencing 



Rodney Nissen withdraws plea 



Steven Mark Beich of Thief 
River Falls has plead guilty to i 
charge of third degree possession of 
i controlled substance in a Ninth 
District court in KjUsoo county. 

Beich was arrested in Kittson 
county on December 2, At the 
time, packets of cocaine valued at 
about $3,000 and over $600 in cash 
were seized by Kittson county 
deputies. He. was originally 
charged with possession of a con- 
trolled substance in the first degree. 

Beich has entered a plea of 
guilty to possession of a controlled 



substance in the third degree. Sen- 
tencing was set for July 20 in Thief 
River Falls. 

Shortly after his arrest in Kittson 
county, Pennington county authori- 
ties charged Beich with possession 
of a controlled substance in the 
fifth degree. Those charges result- 
ed from a search. Beich has since 
entered a plea of guilty to two 
counts of possession of a controlled 
substance in the fifjh degree. 

Sentencing on the charges in 
Pennington county also have been 
set for July 20. 



Rodney Mclvin Nissen, Si. 
Hilaire. withdrew his plea from an 
earlier lawsuit in wnich he was 
convicted of terroristic threats, but 
changed his mind when he 
appeared in court on Monday and 
entered a plea of guilty. 

Minnesota court of appeals had 
remanded Nissen's case bock to dis- 
trict court and ordered that Nissen 
be allowed to withdraw his earlier 
plea, which led to his conviction, or 
change his senience from 44 
months in prison to 36 months. 
Nissen's earlier conviction was 
obtained after a plea agreement in 
November of 1991. 



Nissen was^aerving out his 44 
month sentence in a correctional 
facility in Lino Lakes when the 
case was remanded to district court 
in Pennington county. He was 
recently transferred back to Pen- 
nington county. He appeared in a 
Ninth district court on Thursday 
and withdrew his earlier plea and 
requested a jury trial. Bond was set 
at $20,000. 

On Monday, Nissen appeared in 
court and pled guilty to terroristic 
threats. A pre-sentence investiga- 
tion was ordered. He will be sen- 
tenced in a week: to 10 days. 



Lunke and Naplin named 
'outstanding senior citizens' 



Fatal accident in Marshall Co. 



Olive Lunke of Thief River Falls 
and Edgar Naplin of St. Hilaire have 
been chosen loreraesemPeiminglon 
county as Oiraanding Senior Citi- 
zens. 

They will be honored at the coun- 
ty fair on Senior Citizen Day, July 
10, at 2 pjn. in the Curling [ Buila- 
tng. Family, friends and* the general 
public arc invited. A program is 
planned and lunch will be served. 

L un k e has been active in North- 
' west Senior Federation as county 
vice president, and has worked to 

Blazejewski competes in MN 
Princess pageant 



promote the alternative care pro- 
gram enabling elderly to remain at 
none rather than in a mating borne. 
She also serves on the Nutrition Site 
Council and puts in many hours of 
volunteer work at the Heritage 
Community Center. 

Naplin has been active tn Golden 
K, St. Hilaire Lions, Black River 
Church, as secretary of the- Senior: 
Center Board and for the Food 
Shelf. 

-For further information call June - 
Scholin at 68 1-3206. 



One person has been killed and 
. two others injured in an accident 
near Warren Thursday. 

Marshall County sheriff's depart- 
ment received a report of a fatal 
accident five rruaTes west of Warren 
on Highway 1 on Thursday, July 2, 
at 3:53 pjn. According to the acci- 
dent report, a tandem-axle grain 
truck driven by Scott Loeslie, War- 
ren, was traveling cast on Highway 
1 when a car collided with the rear 
of the truck. 



Edmond J. LaFrenicre. 64, 
Grand Forks, was lulled in the acci- 
dent. Two passengers. Heather 
LaFrenicre, 13, and Russell LaFre- 
nicre, 12, were injured. Heather 
and Russell were taken to Warren 
Hospital. Heather was later taken 
to a hospital in Forgo. The car was 
considered a total loss. 

Loeslie was not seriously injured 
in- the accident. Damage to the 
grain truck was considered ne'gligi- 



One injured, two trucks 
totaled in Friday mishap 



Julie Blazejewski, daughter of 
Theresa Blazejewski, Thief River . 
Falls, was among 122 contestants 
for the 1992 Miss Minnesota ■ 
Princess Pageant held in Sl Paul 
June 20-21. Competition was 
based on evening gown, poise, 
interview, personality and appear- 



Julie's sponsors included: Hear- 
ing Aid Center, Ken's Hartz, A AX. 
Insurance, MSI Insurance, Twice 
But Nice, Young Impressions, 
KTRF-KSNR, Hanson Construc- 
tion. Thune-Upham Insurance, 
Pamida,.Mane Attraction, North- 
west Recovery Center and Colleen 
Bergeron. 




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Two pickups were considered^ 
total losses following a collision at 
1 1 ajn. Friday, July 3 in Red Lake 
Falls. ! 

According to a Minnesota state 
-patrol spokcsperson-in-Thief-River- 
Falls, a 1987 Ford pickup driven by 
David Cordes, 33, of Alexandria 
was traveling west on Eighth Street 
in Red Lake Falls, when it collided . 
with a 1984 Mazda pickup driven 



by Dcann Armstrong, 21, of Red 
Lake Falls, which was traveling on 
Falls Avenue. The vehicles collided 
tn the intersection. 

Armstrong was brought to 
Rlvervtcw Hospital in Crookston- 
ond was transferred to United Has-, 
pital in Grand Forks. A nursing ' 
supervisor forRiverview Hospital in 
Crookston said Armstrong was in 
fairly stable condition. 



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Thank you to all those who worked in 
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Uura Htlmbtwcht rldtt on ■ car toontorad by 
Iht Plummar Co-op Craamary In tha July 
Fourth parade last Saturday. Thare wara 70 



unlti In tha parade, including car*, floats and 
nor tea. 



Lt« Visitor (laft), formerry of Plummar, talk* 
with a fallow mambar of tha North Dakota 



Cavalry 7th Company M Troop. Tha 
reenactment group was In Ptummar on July 4. 



Small grain tour at NW experiment station planned 




St. Hilaire 

Monday. July 13: FAMILY PIC- 
NIC. St. Hilaire Park at 5:30 p.m. 
Make reservations by calling 964- 
5231. All area seniors and families 
art invited. ■ — . 

Settler's Square 
schedule set 
for Warren fair 



Schedule has been arranged f?r 
demonstrations, displays, music 
and other attractions at Settler's 
Square during the Marshall county 
fair In Warren Friday, Saturday and 
Sunday, July 10, 1 1 and 12, accord- 
ing to Elaine Olson, curator for the 
Marshall County Historical soclery. 

Demonstrations will be given by 
■ Metvin and Avis Malison. Newfol- 
den, loom rug weaving; Lavonne 
Moehring, Holt, rag baskets; 
Connie Strandquist, Newfoldcn, 

R reserving family treasures; 
azarejh Lutheran church. Holt, 
lefee making; Casper Martin, Oslo, 
miniature crafts; and Tony 
Deschene, Argyle, Tony's Olde 
Tyme Photos. 

Displays will be arranged by ' 
- Carl E. Johnson, Newfoldcn, old 
state and county maps; Monty Zutz, 
Stephen, comic books: Warren 
Jadeke, Warren, train bus; Jim 
Pescc, Warren, trains; State of 
Minnesota, Centennial quilt; 

Also Marshall County Historical 
Society, "The Wish Book" and 

_JLMQQnihinB^! Elmcx-SflbcJ,. 

Warrerr, old license plates; and 
Godel Memorial Library, Warren, 
library items. 

Old-time music will be provided 
at various times throughout the 
three days in the machine area. At 
3 p.m. Sunday a musical program 
will be presented by Lowell and 
Donna Mae Hogberg of Newfoldcn 
and Marvin ana Ariel Jorgenson of 
<3ranU' Forks, ND In the church. 

Mexican food will be served by 
Maria lorrcz of Angus and the his- 
torical society will serve ice cream 
cones, candy, popcorn, fry bread, 
cookies and soft drinks. 

The "Fair Line Special" will pro-' 
vide transportation between Set- 
tler's Square and the centennial 
building on the fairgrounds. 




Tours of the wheat and barley 
varietal, fertility and disease control 
research at the Northwest Experi- 
ment Station will begin at 8:30 am. 
on July 10 at the agronomy farm 
located one mile north of the junc- 
tion or Highway 2 and 75. Follow- 
ing the viewing of the various 
research uials, a clinic to answer 



other gjcojons on small grain pro- 
duction u ill be held. 

University of Minnesota person- 
nel at die event will include: Drj, 
Donald Rasmus son and Robert 
Busch, plant breeders with the 
department of agronomy and plant 
genetics; Dr. John Lamb, depart- 
ment of soil science, and Dr. Roger 



Jones, department of plant patholc- 

Following the small grain clinic, 
guests will be able to view small 
grain and sugarbect herbicide trial 
and sugarbect root maggot research 
thai was not shown because of 
inclement weather on July 2. 



A pedal tractor pull was one of the activities In Goodridge on the 
Fourth of July. Other activities Included a dunking booth, 
karaoke, fireworks display and horseshoe, Softball and volleyball 
tournaments. 



Small grain 
tour at UMC 
this, Friday 

Tours of the wheat and" barley 
__vorictal, fcnility-and disease control- 
research plots at the Nprthwcst 
Experiment station at Craokston 
will begin at 8:30 n.m. Friday, July 
10, at Die agronomy farm located 
_one mile north of_the junction _of „ 
highways^ and 75. 

Following viewing of the vari- 
-oua research trials, a clinic to 
-' answer, other questions on small 
gruirrproducu*on will be held. 

University of Minnesota person- 
nel- at the event will include Drs. 
Donald Rasmusson and Robert 
Busch, plant breeders with the 
department of agronomy and plant 
" genetics; Dr. John Lamb, depart- 
ment of soil science; and Dr. Roger 
- Janes, department of plant patholo- 
gy. 

Following the small grain clinic, 
1 guests will be able to view small 
grain and sugarbect herbicide trials 
and sugarbect maggot research ihflt 
was not shown because of 
Inclement weather on July 2. 




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ThB Plummer Uom Club hillbilly float wi» on« of 70 unttj In tfla 
Plummar Fourth of July parade. 



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Bombers win 15-5 



A Urinf, of ihree contrcuiive 
rainouli ended Monday for the 
Thief River Falls Domberi. »ho 
beat Clearbrook 15-5 in a five- 
inninft American Legion baseball 
game al lrv WiLson Field. 

The Bombcrj' M-hii attack 
included three doubles in three at- 
bats for Steve Burilie, (wo home 
runs in two ai-bau for Joby Looker, 
and a 3-for-t game by Chns Vanyo. 

Jaion Olion w-ai the winning 
pitcher, scattering six hits while 
striking out 1 1 and walking four in a 



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:\ Swxiv.-n voa»; hed Bt>mbers, 
■i-S. were s.h^!uled to vi\it Ilalaad 
toniphi tTut'^ij)) fiir a 7 p.m. game. 
Make-up pamc^ are planned 
Thur'.djy. *hcn the Domhcrs will 
host the tirarwl Forks Reds in a 4 
p.m. douMeheadcr al Northland 
Communiiv College, and Friday, 
»hcn Thief Hivcr l-'alts heads to 
Bapley fi>r a 7 p.m. contest. 

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Matt LeMoine attends 
Forkhorn Deer Camp 

Man LeMoine of Thief River 
Falls attended the second of five 
Forkhorn Camps, June 21-27, at 
Deep Portage Conservation Reserve 
near Hackcnsack. He was spon- 
sored by the Thief River Falls 
Chapter of the Minnesota Deer 
Hunters Association. 

While participating in the week- 
long camp, LeMoine and his fellow 
students studied environmental con- 
cepts in relationship to the whitctail 
deer. Special emphases were placed 
on wildlife management, deer habi- 
tat. and population dynamics. Skills 
were also introduced in the areas of 
map and compass, canoeing, safety, 
first aid, woodcraft, and survival 

The students tested their newly 
acquired skijls during a canoeing 
overnight, a survival camp, and the 
Forkhom Woodcraft Olympics. In 
addition, each student practiced 
. marksmanship and range safety. All 
were gjven an opportunity to prac- 
tice with a .22 caliber rifle, .30-30 
rifle, and .50 caliber black powder 
rifle. At the end of the week, a fir- 
ing range competition was held. 

Each student who completes the dent environmental learning center. 
Forkhom Camp this summer can During the school year thousands of 
return to Deep Portage next summer youngsters from throughout 
for the Advanced Forkhorn Camp. Minncsoia, Iowa, and North Dakota 
In addition to more in-depth study experience three-day adventures of 
in the above areas emphasis during environmental awareness activities 
that enmp i« nn archery. All taught by Peep Portag e faculty . 
Forkhom Camps are sponsored by For additional informauon, con- 
thc Minnesota Deer Hunters tact Deep Portage, Route 1, Box 
Associauon. 129. Hackcnsack. MN 56452; tele- 

Dccp Portage is a 6,107-acre resi- phone 682-2325. 

TRF Pacesetter Camp for 
girls is slated July 13-17 

halves, referees, a coach for each 
team, and a scorekecper. 

Girls entering grades 5-6 will 
meet for an instructional camp from 
1:30-3 p.m., and girls entering 
grades 7-9 receive instructions from 
3-5:30 pjn. daily. 

Pacesetter coaching staff will also 
provide a free clinic from 1 to 1:30 
p.m. each day for girls entering 
grades 3-4. 

All programs are open to the pub- 



Matt LeMoiM 



Hallock-Kcnnedy, Middle River. 
Red Lake County Central, and. two 
Thief River Falls (cams have 
entered Thief River Falls' July 13- 
17 Pacesetter Girls Basketball 
CampAcam Jamboree. 

Varsity camp will begin with a 
fundamental teaching program from 
8-9 ajn., followed by. the jamboree 
portion of the program from 9 a.m. 
to 12-noon. Teams will play two 
full-length games each day for a 
total of 10 game? during the week. . 
Games will have 20-minute running 



TRF Lake Agasslz 
Invitational games 
scheduled Sunday 

Thief Ki\cr Falls Lake Agassi; 
Invitational men's slow pitch soft- 
ball tournament will be held 
Sunday. July 12. 

The I6-icam tournament ffoirin- 
tees all teams three games, with the 
first two games determining your 
bracket position. 

Tournament director is Bruce 
Lawrence, telephone 681-6324. 

Fair schedule to 
temporarily end 
skating program 

Because of the Pennington 
County fair, the in-line hockcy/wt- 
ing program at the Huck Olson 
Memorial Center will be suspended 
until July 19. 

When the schedule resumes. 
Squirts and Pec-Wees will-skate 
Sunday 5-6 p.m., and Tuesday- 
Thursday 6-7 p.m; Bantams will 
skate Sunday-Monday-Wcdncsday 
6-7 pjn., while high school players 
skate Sunday 7-8 pjn., along with a 
weekday (ime slot (hat will be 
worked around the Legion baseball 
schedule and posted in the Lincoln 
High School weight room* 

Agasslz Ref uge/FWS 
check presentation Is 
made to Marshall Co. 

Agassiz National Wildlife Refuge 
manager Joseph Kotok recently 
delivered a revenue sharing pay- 
ment of $4 1 ,006 to the Marshall 
County treasurer as part of the 
United States Fish and~Wlldlife 
Service annual revenue-sharing pro- 
gram for loss of tax revenue on 
lands occupied by the refuge. 

The funds may be used for any. 
government purpose. 

The program is authorized by the 
Refuge Revenue-Sharing Act of 
1964, as amended in 1978. The 
original act provided for payments 
only op lands within the national 
wildlife refuge system. The 1978 
amendment provided that payments 
be mode on all lands administered 
-bythe-United-States-Fish-and 
Wildlife Service - national wildlife 
refuges, national fish hatcheries, 
waterfowl production areas, and 
administered sites. 

Check presented to Marshall 
County officials is for the 61,449 
acre Agassiz National Wildlife 
Refuge located in eastern Marshall 
County. It is 89.50 percent of the 
full entitled amount due to the coun- 
ty for Fiscal Year 1990, which is 4 
percent less than what was paid in 
Fiscal Year 1990, and represents the 
maximum payment allowable due to 
budgeting constraints. 



-WometffrSoftbaU- 



DIvUlMt I 

Hidgomnncrt/Bost Woslom Inn.. 9 

Leflion/Sothof Uiw., ...:. 9 

VFW 7 

Mushorou 6 

PiuaHul _ ...5 

DIvlaXaTn II 

Swingof* 5 

Bosl Wostori (nn 4 

EJrotJin Shoot Motol .-. 3 

St. Hilairo Elovaior/lynn"! I 

Goodridga Jay coos 

• 5Und«o» * 



R«(ngw*uan gwna. 



n Inn vt. SI. Hilili* Elcixlof'Ljrnn 



' W«dn«sday, July a - (0:20 p.m.) 
Lofllon/Snihor Law n. Swlngora. Hold 1; 
RkiflorunnorelBoot Woalom Inn vs. Brodln 
Shooi Molat. Fluid 2: Pino Hut vs. Boat 
.WoaiornJnn.Floltl 3; Muoh-a-rots va._ 
Goodtidgo Jnycooa, Fiold 4; VFW vs. SI. 
Hilairo Elovalor/Lynn'B Rolrtgorutton. Fiold 
S. {7:30 p.m.) Logion/Saihor Law vs. 
Brodin Shoot Motal, Fl«ld 1; 
nidgorunnofa/Bost Woalom Inn vs. 
QoodtkJgo Jaycoos. Flotd 2: Pizza Hut vs. 
SI. Hilairo Elovntof. FlokJ 3; Mimh-o-fotfl vs. 
Bast Woatorn Inn. Flold 4; VFW va. 
Swkigom, Field S. 



— I Outdoor News I — 

Boat Nombers Rise 

Despite the sputtering economy, 
boating gained more than 100,000 
new,cnthusiasts in 1991, according 
to boat manufacturing officials. 
This nearly matches the increase 
from the previous year, making 
boating one of the top leisure ocdvi- 

. ties among Americans. 

-^Some-73- 1 4B0,00O-boating-enthu^ 
siasts took to the waterways in 
1991. 

Michigan leads the way with tho 
most number of registered boats 
(848,584), foUowetTby California 
(792.930), Minnesota (714.802), 
Florida (681.240). Texas (606X2), • 
and Wisconsin (497,080).— 



The.bullhead is a member of the 
catfish family. They're easy to 
catch, and they taste great. 



Sports Briefs - 



llarnd at conference 

N.irvhtand Oo«nn»uimy Coil- 
f£t ph)iusl fdodtiofl 
inntuttot and coach Sat 
Haind **i one of 100 
pan w spina wlecicd to ukc 
nan m a NamtaJ Axwxiation 
(or ()»rti and Women in Spon 
kadenfup conferrnce recrnily 
tn l^if tNjrj. \'A. 

Funded tn part with ■ grant 
from the United Statti 
Olympic committee, the 
purpose of the conference waa 
to help reverie the decline of 
women in iport leadership 
pcviiUom. 

Links to Leadership was 
dctigned to help women to 
reach thetr leaderihrp potential 
and team hands-on strategics 
to infuse more women into 
coaching positions, athletic 
directorships and officiating 
positions within education 
institutions and the Olympic 
movemenL 

The conference was held in 
commemoration of the 20th 
anniversary of Title IX 
legislation. 

Twenty yean ago when 
Tide IX was passed, more than 
90 percent of women's teami 
were coached by females," 
pointed out Bamd in a release 
from the national group. 
"Today, only 48.3 percent of 
the coaches of women's teams 
arc females. For the future of 
girls' and women's sport we 
must not allow this to 
continue." 

Bamd serves as head coach 
of the Pioneers' women's 
basketball and Softball learns. 

Star/North winners 

Official results recently 
distributed by organizers of 
the 1992 Minnesota Star of the 
North State Games held June 
26-28 in Moorhead showed 
two Thief River Falls girls 
with Gold Medal-winning 
performances. 

In fact, Theresa Giauque had 
Five First place finishes in tho 
female ages 13-14 swimming 
portion of the competition. 
She won the 30, 100 and 200 
freestyle, 100 butterfly, and 
200 indTvidual'medley races, 
while adding a second place in,' 
the 100 I.M. and a third in the 
lOObrcaststroke. 

Leah Hclgenset, meanwhile, 
was a first place finisher in the 
3,000 meters in the track and 
field youth age group. 

Nearly 6,000 athletes 
representing more than 300 
communities in Minnesota and 
Cass County of North Dakota 
participated in 26 different 
sporting events during the Star 
of the North State Games. 



1991-92 extra-curricula r figures... 

Lincoln activities 
report published 



Annual mimical information 
compiled in the office of Thief 
Rivet f'alli Actmoti Director Lee 
Alfrr iho*-f*l thai 7R 4 percent of 
the Lincoln High School itsdenu 
took pan in extra -cummlar actin- 
ues dunng the 1991-91 Khool-ytw. 

The figures showed thai out of a 
student body of 693 in F»det9-12, 
544 participated in athletic I, fine 
arts, clubs and onjanizjoons. 

Participation figures included 
MJ percent of the 1991-92 sopho- 
mores. 83.6 percent of the juniors, 
77.6 percent of the seniors, and 674 
percent of the freshmen. 

There were 114 senion involved 
"in activities, including 44 in athlet- 
ics (29 percent). 37 in fine arts (42 
p erc ent) and 102 in clubs and orga- 
nizations (69 perc en t). 

The 153 juniors participating in 
activities included 77 in athletics 
(42 percent), 74 in fine arts (40 per- 
cent) and 1 1 6 in dubs and organiza- 
tions' (63 percent). 

Of the 161 sophomores active in 
die various school events, 100 took 
part in athletics (52 percent), 92 in 
fine arts (48 percent) and 71 in 
clubs and organizations (37 per- 
cent). 

For the 116frcshmen whopartici- 
patcd in the programs, Ihere were 87 
in athletics (50 percent), 62 in fine 
arts (36 percent) and 27 in clubs and 
ccpuaizations (15 percent). 



Il was stio reported (hat 
HudenL'ilhJclci involved ta the 
•even apnna. rporu programs - ■oft- 
ball. baseball, boji tennis, airli 
track, boys track, girls golf, bori 
golf - carried a combined 3.10 
grade com! average on a *D talc 
The overall GTA for the fall-winaw- 
spnng studentMhlete* wai 3.09. 

Reports on the Lincoln fall and 
winter student/athlete GPA figures 
were released carter. Spring sports 
numbers, according to iru'ormation 
from Alger's office, include; 

■ Boys tennis - 3.30 overall; 
juniors 3.64; sophomores 3.03; 
freshmen 3.24. (There were no 
acnion on the team). 

■ Girls track • 3.27 overall; 
seniors 3.80; juniora 3.27; sopho- 
mores 3.47; freshmen 2-55. 

■ Girls golf - 3.24 overall; 
seniors 3.57; juniors 2.92; sopho- 
mores 3.08; freshmen 3.39. 

■ Boys track - 3.13 overall; 
senion 3.68; juniors 2.89; sopho- 
mores 2.77; freshmen 3.17. 

■ Softball • 3.00 overall; senion 
3.38; juniors 2.92; sophomores 
2.66; freshmen 3.03. 

■ Baseball - 2.90 overall; senion 
3.16; juniors 3.08; sophomores 
2.75; freshmen 2.61. 

■ Boys golf - 2.88 overall; 
senion 3.59; junion 2.82; sopho- 
mores 2J6; freshmen 2J3. 



Babe Ruth baseball 
schedule is revised 



A revised game/practice schedule 
was been issued lot this week as the 
Thief River Falls Babe Ruth base- 
ball program tries to make up some 
ground lost to the weather and 
moves some of its activity off lrv 
Wilson Field in favor of the 
Northland Community College dia- 
mond to accommodate the 
-Pennington County fair. 



Tuesday, July 7 

■ Oamai - Toam 2 va. Crookaton. 10 
a.m.; Taam 3 vs. Crookston, .12-noon; 
Mudhsns vs. Sox, 4 pita Loboa vs. Marina, 
flpm. 

■ Practices - 8-8:30 am StrUtars (lrv 



Wtdnaaday, Jury 8 

■ Pracaoas - 8-fl am 13-ysar-olda Taam 
3; 0-10:30 a.m. l4-1S-VMr-9lda Taam 1; 
10:30 a-m. <- 12 men 14-IS-yaar-olds Taam 



Red Lake Falls .7 i^p^' 1 * 11 

TRFLobos 4 



— i Men's Softball! 



Thief River Falls Lobos dropped 
a 7-4 decision at Red Lake Falls in a 
June 29 Babe Ruth baseball match- 
up for 14-15-year-olds. 

Eric Bjorgaard was 3-for-4 with a 
pair of douBles and a triple for the 
Lobos, while Adam Fulton hod two 
hits in three at-bats. 

Fulton pitched the first 1 2/3 
innings before giving way to Cory 
Jenkins. They struck out six and 
walked cighL 

t »mHm § /hm hsga 

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Loboa 500 110 0-4 8 2 

RLF -Q40 021 X - 7 -4 4 



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Swodo's Ploco , 

Busch. 

Popsi. 



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12- 

11 



Pizza Hut _ 4 

DrvfalMll 

*w 

Stono's Mobllo Rndto & 

RutryiJal...: ..6 

Hlghto; ' 



Roseau.., 

A six-run third inning carried the 
Thief River Falls Lobos past host 
Roseau 12-11 Monday, putting the 
winners at .500 for the year- 3-3. 

Both sides had lots of base run- 
ners as Thief River Falls combined 



13-yaar-okJsU 

Thursday, JutyS 

■ PractkAs - 8-8:30 a_m. 13-yaar-ckJa 
T«am 1; 8:30-11 ajn. 13-yoar-okai Taam 2; 
11 a.m. - 1230 p.m. 13-ysar-oWs Taam 3: 
12:30-2 p.m. 14-yaar*kls district taam; 2- 
3:30 p.m. 14-IS-yaar-olda Taam 1; 330-5 
p m. 14-15-yMr-okfa Tsam 2: 5-430 pjn. 
14-1 S-y««ro)da Toam a 

Friday, July 10 

■ Qamos - Gopnora at Crookalon I and II, 
10 am. and 1 2-noon; Sox at Crookalon 1 and 
It, 10 am. and 12-noon. 



seven hits with 12 walks and six 
Roseau errors, while Roseau's 
offense included lO.hits, 11 walks 
and three Thief River Falls errors. 

Cory Jenkins and Tom 
Koehmstedi were both 2-for-4 for 
the Bombers, while Matt LeMoine 
-SCCiretUhree-times, — — - ■ 

Thief River Falls pitcher Eric 
Bjorgaard struck out eight and 
wound up throwing 176 pitches in a 
complete-game effort. 



St Hilairo Boors... 



Trap League 



Boil Wostom Inn ..8 4 

THF AviotwrvBullpon ..B 6 

Northwest Modcal Confer S 6 

Kntphta at ColumbunKoy«tono...7 5 

Rlefc's AppHanco. 4 8 

Oslo Corwx 2 10 

• Sundina* do not Inaud* mufti born Jwn'30 
omm on FMB B aid S iMturmg HoMlnDkig w. B«« 
Wiilam inn. HlgniinfllnB it, Knlgnit ol 
ColumbufKtrtton* UoW; llalvl** va. KnlgM* ol 
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Pinal rirat Half 



First Half season shooting ended 
Monday in the Thief River Trap , . _ „ 
League, where the lop six point jSSSIl S5L%* 
standings finishers earn spots m the -SSiSSSSS^- 
post-season city shooL Five of the sjooorgs CaUo TV. 

six positions were finalized last " " 

night, but a'two-way tie for the sixth 
and final spot will be broken by 
using next week's scores - the first 
results of Second Half snooting. 

TonyDomlnc 4 

Woodman Construction ...3 
Wostsido Motors 3 

F&kl 2- EvonooDcnl Froo Church vs. Boat WCTC Monday S Fmst Half post-SCa- Bridpoman a No. 1 2 

WoifomlS^kraTKnigT^^^ ' 2" 



Rasults 

Thur«^, Jul^ajjost^Jnodbyr^n. Johnson Trap Co. Northern State 

fuasday, July 7 • {8ao pjn.) MoMoa Bank, Bakke Insurance, Sjoberg's. 

vs. trf AvlataiSuiipan . rioid i; ; Rick'a Ca bi c TV, and Bridgcman No. 2 



Brldgcrman"B No.2. 6 

Narvorud Ckmnors 6 

Thy ron Auto Solos 6 

St. Hilairo Elovator 4 

PirznHut 4 

Eoclos... 



_70 



hi, rwmj *j t iuijuiiu ui buiuiuuw 

Koystono uoht vs. Oslo Cons*. Flald 4. 

gO0 pm) MoMos vs. Northwosl Modes] 
ontor, Field 1: Oslo Conox vs. TRF 
Avtatlon/Bulrpon, Flokl 2; Evanoollcal Froe 
Church vs. Knlgnls ol Columbus/Koystono 
Light. Bold 3: Sost Wostom Inn vs. RkKa 
App' i anco.FWd4. 

Thursday, July ft - (6^0 pjn.) Busch 
vs. Nonhwost Eyo Clinic, Flold 1: Rusty Nail 
-vs. Hlghlandng, Flold 3; Plus Hut vs. BU 
Hilairo Boars, Flold 3; Arctco vs. Stono's 
Mobllo Radio, Flold 5; Swodo's Placo va. 
Popsi, Flold 8, (7^0 pun.) 8t HSalro Boars 



Thyren Auto Sales wound up 
in a sixth place tie that will be bro- 
ken with their July 13 shooting. 

The six First Half qualifiers will 
be joined at season's end by the top 
Second Half finishers. 
—July 6 shooting! 
straight rounds by Dale Barth and 
Mark Mattson, Sjoberg's Cable TV; 



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New multi-zone buck license offered - rnSworNr™ , 



IVrmn-vni iM NaiuraJ Rtnunrt 
•nrn^i-xnj 0m f^')k.ttnm arr n>>« 
nailrfU- ),* a nr* multi r/«v h** 
licrnie ( ( ,f thr l'«; Attl hunurf 
ara»r«i 

Ihr mulli-innr butk hcfnir 
allmt-i firrarmi dm huntm In huni 
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drrr furarm hununf jenr t'p lo 
apprnnmaifly JO.OOO of ihr S4> 
lnrn«r» arr available lrv Mnnrru 
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Afiflicilioni for a dril-tome, 
(int'Vn-c dra»m£ can he picLrd up 
at any II NR »ildlift ofTue, Ikenw 
^rrxVa-. (ouniy auditor, or the DNR 
Lucmc llurcau in St. Paul. 
Applicaitom muit be pott-marled 
or hind drlncrcd to the Liccnw 
Duruu no carltcr than July 13 and 
no later than July 31. ApptraDom 
pou-rruukrd or dc I ivcred before or 
aftrr thev dain *ill not be accept- 
ed. 

Huntm will be allowed to apply 
in crtxipt of up to four individual!, 
and muU lubmil the licen« fee with 
their application. Hunters mccen- 



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ffturnrd tn tbtm by 
Au£ 1 7 mi thry i*n run.haac a rrf 
ular firrajmi kmv and taibmn an 
arulrrlrti nrrrn'l appltaiion hrf<«T 
tSr Vp< . |i)(V*J]<iv 

Hunirrt »ho purthatc a multi- 
rofif Hitk littnw arr not rlifiMc 
fi» lV anilnlmt prrmil drt»inj. or 
othrr «prnal hunii Ticfficncc 
ranwd in prrv»x« arnlalcvt ptrmrt 
drammr.*. N»» , c»tt. » urarfcxird by 
iSc puriha** of a mulli-nwte bock 
iKcm-f II a hunurr ihootri to rr- 
cnirr the anilerlcu permit drawing 
next year, ihe preference ihey 
earned proiouily *i!1 be u«d in 
the vuNcquenl drawme. 

A mulu-rone buck Isreme allows 
a pervon to hunt during any open 
time and rone option during the 
November firearm* deer icaton, 
ciccpt the late Zone 3D teaion in 
UKJthcaMcm Minnesota and the late 
m u /7 1 c loader teaton. Open rones 
include Zone 1A (Nov. 7-22). Zone 



pi. /i*x 4A Viv 7-». and 7ooe 
411 iV-, M17i Thr Urwt nil 
be »a!«l tm\y f<n VffaJ bwkl. but 
Uenn- hoklrrt will ht aNe to hunt 
si a r*'ty «nh tegular firearms 
huntni 

DNH Se*unn of Wildlife Chief 
Tim Hrrmnkrr eiptained thai the 
numher of bcenart had lo he Se lim- 
lied tn rnurr thai therr would he bo 
tigruficant shifti B4 hunting prcaaurt 
at a retuli of this hecftte. "The 
multirone huck licenie ii a very 
aoxacUve oooon for deer humeri lo 
etiend theu hunting opponunibea. 
and we are concerned that if mtereat 
ii loo high we may advendy aflect 
people '» eipenencei- 

Brcmickcr alio noted that the 
dmnrrg procen for the been* will 
give everyone an equal chance of 
obtaining the liccruc. 'All applies- 
uonj poa-marked on the same day. 
whether you live ouuuie or in the 
metro, will be treated equally for the 
drawing," he laid. 



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Tuesday BROASTED CHICKEN 

Wednesday. BARBECUED RIBS 

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Saturday. July 11 



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WESTSIDE MOTORS 

FAIR DEALIN' DAYS 




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Pennington County Fair 
July 8, 9, 10, 11 &.12 



5 FULL DAYS OF HUGE SAVINGS ON NEW 
CARS, NEW VANS, NEW PICKUPS AND 
1992 CHRYSLER PROGRAM CARS! 




1992 PLYMOUTH GRAND VOYAGER 

V-6, Auto., Air, Cruise. Tilt, AM/FM Slereo Cassette, Power 
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T^Vuto.. Air, Tilt. Cruise. AM/FM Stereo 
Rear Wiodrjw Delrost. Air Bag. 



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FAIR DEALW DAYS 




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V-6. Auto., Air Bag. Air. Cruise. Tilt. Power Locks & Windows 
a Mirrors, AM/FM Stereo. Plus Much. Much Morel 



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i ddetc conservation 
iupp, ruJe itt debut for sale dm 
mf <rcn*' celcbralioni m 
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NJ. June M' and July I. 

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laini in the hick ground. Joe 
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Tor the cckbrUKXii m Wuhintton 
and hit hometown of Jackson, NJ. 

All waterfowl humeri 16 yean of 
tgc or older an req u i r ed to carry a 
current, ugrttd federal duck stamp 
The stamp it ain porailar wnth non- 
hunten timply wanung to make a 
contribution to conservation. In 
addition, an increasing number of 
iump collector! are adding dock 
itampi to Ihcir collcctioni. 



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V Middle River. MN » 222-3496 or 222-3796 J 



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POST* 117. THIEF RIVER FALLS 

WEEKLY SPECIALS 

TUES Ham Stoak 

WED. 6 Oz. Sirloin -Chicken Klov 

THURS Liver & Onions 

SAT. Barbecuod Ribs 

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CLASSIFIED 
INFORWlATION 

681-4450 

Dfadllnci for THE 
TIMES claaaUlVd Ad» trt 
3:00 p.m. on Monday for 
the TurxUy Edition and 
3:00 p.m. on Wednesday 
for the Northern Watch 
Edition on Friday. 

rates 

$2.00 minimum up to 
15 words. 

ftH/mmf Should 
AccampazyAd. Utntman 
DOHna Amounr It $10.00. 

MAIL YOUR AD 

AND 
PAYMENT TO: 

THE TIMES 
P.O. Box 100 

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FOR SALE: 

ALUMINUM 
SHEETS 

23"x35" 

40 So, 

Minintn OrAro/ 10 



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The Times 

324 Main Ave. North 

Thief River Falls, MN 

681-4450 



Miscellaneous 



WANT TO BUY- Portabto generator, ap- 
proxtmataly 4.000 watt, mutt bo In good 
condition,. 465-4432 ahar 6 p.m. 46tfc 

FOR SALE- Heavy-duty 6'it? itonno 
■had with floor. $575.00; moUl d«u, 
$60.00; 681-3842. P4lSSp 

WANTED* Six core* ol mixed firewood, 
■prater 8-fl tongltn. doftvorod, call 681- 
2283. P4C6p ■ 

FOR SALE- Two round trip ticket* to 
Otto, Norway, doparting July 20th from 
Mkinoopolii, rotum Auguit 5th. $550.00 



COMORATULATrOHS • To John Bauar, 
RR 1 Box216.TRF. Youhavawona 12 
axpoaura Um and prooaiiing. Ptaua 
■cpkiandpickupyourprliaat Bruca 
Pharmacy. *21 N. LaBraa, Thief River 
FaHi, MN. Walch thli «p»ca lor next 
woek'i wrrat. 1t54c 

FOR SALE- Electric moton. 1M h.p. to 7- 
1/2 h.p. Soo u» for an your etoctnc motor 
naada. Fleet Supply. Cal 681-2850. 47ite 
FOR SALE- Uied 6-pc Lucvig drum *tt 
plus high hat cymbal and land, new 
drum hoadi. 01-661-8683 or 661-2120. 

Help Wanted 

HELP WANTED- Would tike someone to 

come in or Ive-in my noma to care for 3 
cNMran white JYn at work. Cal 294-6285. 

P4S4p 

NORTH STAR NURSING, a temporary 
placement service it now accepting ep- 
pBcattbns k>r RN"s to work eherga In a 
hoi^hthearea-llnotexpertencedh 
06, t* fadity wB haw a nurse on cal. 
Wa have many shifts avaiabto in August 
Currant expenenee required and ACLS 
preterred. Top wages paid. Please In- 
quire about our employee baneflt 
program. Call Annotto at 1-800-635- 
6896. 1tS4p 



oach, call 762-1681. 2tS5p 



Wontnd; Dopondoblo car/9600 or unc 
range, 681-S667 aftor 5$0 p\n. H54o 



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compuloi 



FOR YOUR continuous computer 
lotterhoada, chaoks. Invoices, 
stntomonts, standard or cuitomlzod for 
your businois. Stop by The Times, 324 
Main Ave. North. TRF. Call 681^4450, 



JOBS! JOBS! 

Expanding Company is looking to 
fill immediate openings in several 
areas-you can earn. 

PART-TIME $170/WK- 

-FULL-TIME J370/WK 

Benefits & Training Available 

9 A.M. -7 P.M. 

681-3820 



AVON/SALES- earn cosh now, no door 
to door necosiary, 1-800-243-2066. 



FMaTMRTCR - COUNTY 

Applications ora being taken for the poaition of Pennington 
County Engineer. Primary duties include adminlatration or the 
County Highway Department. Applicant must be a professional- 
civil or highway engineer licensed in the State of Minnesota and 
have .administrative abilities. Salary is negotiable dependent on 
experience and qualifications. 

Applications ore available from and should be retumed-to-the 
Auditor's Office, P.O. Box 616, Thief River Falla, MN 66701 nnd 
should be postmarked on or before August 4, 1992. 

Pennington county does not discriminate on the basis of race, 
color, national origin, sex, religion, age or handicapped status in 
employment 



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HELP WANTED! 



MORTHEKM PRIDE. OTC. 

Is accepting applications 

for full-time and on-call 

production positions 

Apply at: 

Northern Pride, Inc. 

Norm It Pennington, 

TtxlefWTerFauUj.MN. 

as CDU4X orroffn*^TY ntrumjt 



HELP WANTED- Pen i 



Situation Wanted 

•OUETKiMG TO 8ELL7 AAw»se H r 
Tb« T — r> w* «»• eewewterned 
»/pr ■ - • ; aid layout daugn Chat* U4 
cot' '.-.■ ">i *4M tt54e 



STAY HOME - Mate up to SIOO per day 
or more Over JOO comperaet need 
homeworfcers nowt For free WormaOon 
cal 24 hour recorolng. 602«ff-«2<«. en 
UN-280B or wta HomewortuBrs. 10431 
Mor*. 36»t St . Dipt MH-280B. Phoenix. 
AZ 85024 TeaSOp 

HELPWANTED- Trvaf River FaOs Oood 
homemaker w* a carmg aotuoe titer- 
ested m a pan tme fob. FanDte hours. 
mutt be 18 and have reliable 
BaniporuBon Tri-VaBoy Opportunity 
Corp., Vaxey Houiekeectng Servtce. Pa! 
Larson. Director. For appace&on can t- 
600-664-7020. EOE. T3tS4c 



FOR SALE 

soundsation music 
And Light Show 

incbda-vj Future BookJnoa 

And Ail Musk; Equipment. 

For Moro Information Cal 

(216)465-4568 

DEAN MILLER - PLUMMEH 



HEAVY-DUTY CONSTRUCTION work. 
Buryi-^ rock pile. *ooing wttcUe ponda. 
Wood a-xJ oicavabon work. 222-3700. 

28flc ' ' 

AFFORDABLE PAINT and repaw (or afl 

your homo modi, roaionabte rates, tree 
esamatov guaranteed worK cal Mark 
Browm.. C81 -5712 50tfc 



OFFICE ASSISTANT 
Full-Time 

Farm Bureau Insurance at 
202 East 2nd, Thief River 
Falls. Apply In Person. 
See Jim or Jay. Some 
Telemarketing Experience 
Preferred. Normal Olfice 
Responsibilities. 



PAINTING & 

HANDYMAN 

WORK 

Interior & Exterior 

Reasonable Rates 

EXPERIENCED 

681-6743 or 681-7359 



HELP WANTED- Need Immodiatery. 
cook for TRF Senior moals program. 
Super Job for the right porton. Some 
cooking experience preferred. For more 
bilormason and application cal Grog at 
681-6347 or Phyllis at 681-2793. EOE. 

2156c. __^_ 

HELP WANTED- Cosmetologist at tufl- , 
service salon, expononce prototTOd, but 
not necessary, contact Marsha at Hair- 
inos Uniimitod, 681-8481. 46tfc 



WANTED COUPLE 

FOR ON CALL 

CARETAKER DUTIES 

, Minnesota Jobs and Training 
Oltice, 318 Knight Aye. N., 
I Thlel River Falls. Appltoattons 
I will be taken until 12:00 noon. 
I July 10, 1992. „ , 
I fguaf Opportunity Employer 

l.bbr tiMmcu- insuranco solos 
person, office solos, sond rosumo to: 
Amorican Family Insuranco. 102 S. Pino, 
True! River Foils, MN 66701. T36tfc 



Rod River Valley Nanny RoformJ, coll 
Barb at 218-281-2062. PF4t59p 

CAREER OPPORTUNrTY: Immodioto 
oponing for roprosontntivo to morkot uni- 
que Insuranco products to small 
businossos. Loads providod. comploto 
training, top commissions, call Tim 218- 
730-2304 or Dannie 612-804-8332 



.The lollowing position is nvnllablo at the Northwest Technical 
College, thiol River Fulls, Minnesota; ~ 

FARM BU8TNE83 MA WAaEMEWT INSTRUCTOR 

LOCATION: Karlstad/Groonbush/LancastorSrto. 

EFFECTIVE; 1992-93 -213days. — 

DUTIES: Teach Farm Business Managemont .according to 

State guidelines In Karlstad/Groonbush/LancaEior and 
' surrounding area. 

REQUIREMENTS: Must qualify for post-socondary Farm 

Business Managemont liconsuro. 

SALARY AND BENEFITS: For negotiated contract 

Applications may be obtained in person or by writing, to the 
Personnel Department, Northwoel Tochnlcal College, 1301 Hwy. 1 East, 
Thief River Falls, Minnesota 66701. Applications will be accepted until 
4:00 p.m. Tuaeday, July 14lh, 1982. For additional Information please 
contact Vam Treat, Technical Collego Vice President at 218-681-5424 or 



Houxrhold Qoode 
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and •rvraariM dw*#t<«al i appeal OMaSaj 
OUTr. tl ru«t«ACt8 end voodea 
lOWISTPWCCa is rears mraiMeao- 
Kaat Kj|i"tn fmaitcwig a ra labia 

l*MI ItaaSnfl 180044*^041 ;iffc 

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8TRAlGHTEKBAflN3,ouonsets, sheds, 
or what havo you Wil do repair, years ol 
oxpononco Call evenings, 681-3021. 

12t63p 

NORTHLAND SHOE REPAIR- 607 East 
8th St. TRF. Open Monday-Friday. 
a m -5 30 p.m. P4t55p 

f FISHER ~ 
4 -ELECTRIC «le. 

o(TriIa(ID«arrana.lr)e. 

WRESlDErfllAL* COMMERCIAL \ 
*FAHM eWIRE-BEWIHING 

681-1884 

k 60S B. Maridav. ThlaT Rh«Tafla^MN^ 

PRINTING - For all your printing needs 
stop at Tho Timos, 324 Main Avo. North, 
Thiol Rivor Falls or coll 681-4450. 1tS4a 

Personal Services 

FROM INVITATIONS to thank you cards. 
WoVo got what you nood lor your roman- 
tic woodingi Engravod invitetions, thank 
you notes, rosponso cards, place cards, 
nopWns, party favors, and accessories. A 
porfoct wooding without spending a 
lortunol Ail priced at 20% ott. Tho Timos. 
324 Main Avo. North, 681-4450. Thiol 
Rivor Falls. 1l53o 

FOR ALL your printing noods slop at Tho 
Timos. Wo print lottorhoads; onvotopos, 
rosumos, booklots, pomphlots, what 
havo you. Call 681-4450 for your froo os- 
timato todo'yl 1t54o 

Household Goods 

FOR SALE- Beautiful silvor sorving 
piocoa. phono 6B1-581B to soo. P4(57p 



INSTRUCTION ■ TRAINING 



Diesel Truck Driver 
Training School Inc. 

• Accredited Member NATTS 

• Eligible Institution For 
Guaranteed Student Loans 
And Grants -If You Qualify 

• Weekend Training Available 

CALL 1-800-332-7364 

Hwy. 151 Sun Prairie 

Wisconsin 53590 



FOR SALE 

-1984 Chrysler 5th Ave. 

Can Be Soon At: 

NORTHERN 
STATE BANK 

Thief Rhraf Falla, MN 

681-4020 • 



POSITION AVAILABLE: 

Head Start teachers In tho Warroad/Roseau and Karlstad areas. 
Experience/training In Early Childhood Education fs necessary. 
Applications accepted through July 27th. ForMurther information 
and applications, please call Mark Carlson, 528-3227, Northwest 
Community Action/Head Start/Box 195/Badger, MN 56714. We 
are an equal opportunity employer. 



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RUHMAOE SALE- Ken i Marti 
baeemant. Jufy » 1 0. » S p m . otaeang d 
al aoe*. C a iaea dshea. Home InSaner. 
i ma I grtt, sTieett. Oapes. svinusea, 
t^rs. canrang avt. mate Se"vs *d4p 

RUMILAOC BALE ol Unfcura and a<c at 

1001 Tlndolph Ave South, en 
Weo>»ader. Jury ***■ T54p 

OARAOE BALE- Uan'i. ladiei', 
ohaorwie doTwig pk>s lots ol mate 824 
Norti Dubti. 8am » 2 p m . Thursday. 

0AnAOE*AXE-Wad.Ju*/80\7am-4 
pm. 315 Sou** Spruce, men's, teens. 
misses and women's ctcVang. Home av 
ttnor and hotkey items, other misc 
[Q4p 

OARAOC BALE- Furratura. oHhea. 1200 
LaBree Ave Norfi. TRF. WecTwaoey. 
Thursday. Jury 641. ItSAp 

OARAOE BALE- ck>»«rtj. beuss. washer, 
dryer, mtsc Wed. Jury 8ti. 204 North 
Kendefl. 0-6 p m trS4p 

OARAOE mjatMAQE Sale al Art Fart 
residence. 6 mass south Hwy. 32 or one 
mile North of St. Hilaire. antiques 
typewriter, crocks, men's, women's, 
dotfws. mIKcan. o*>schod desks, out- 
board motor, magazines, books, dishes, 
ofc Jury 10-11. a&Sp 

RUMMAGE SALE- Huge rummage sale. 
children's, junior and beausrul large sua 



11, 7:30-3:30. 319 Riverside Avenue 
South, take Knight Avenue South to con- 
itvctjon on Hwy. 32. Welch for signs. 
2l5Sp 

RUaniAGE SALE- SaL. Jury 1 Wt. 707 
North Dukith, 9-5, housewares, dothing, 
gri, stereo, misc. iloms. 2t55p 

Autos, Trailers 

1067 FORD Taurus, very good condition. 
$3,800.00 or often 2 tgei Olds. Cutlass 
Supromos, one has lots of new parts, 
$2,100.00 or otfor. phone 674-4521. 
P4t57p 

1084 CHEVROLET Cavalier. 4-door, 
auto., floor shift, good condition, 874- 
7485 or evenings 874-3165. P4lS4p 

FOR SALE- t08t VW Rabbrr, desef, new 
GLO plugs, lust went through starter, 
groat miloagolll Appro*. 82,000 mles on 
motor, asking $850.00 or best offer, also 
2 Stanloy garago door openers, one 
roody to go, othor noeds computer 
board, will son both openers for $75.00, 
call 064.5704 srl-9 pjn. 1l54p 



PAYING RISK 

INSURANCE 

CALL: 681-4683 



KM TOUR rwrt <**wie ourctmae col 
Dean Berg al 681-4820 days, or 6*1- 
7380 or 1 «00 54S^T02 evervnos 32fc 



10*4 FORO dub wagon XLT van. aw, 

cruaa, st. badod. 70000 ecsjal mae*. 
378-4151. 3784141 P4r55p 



FOR BALE- 4 sres sue P215-7Sfl14. 4 
Bres tor 1*0 00. can be seen at 120 
South St Pad Ave ahar 5pm T2(56p 



BLEHtBHEO BATTERIES, save with 
over S-year warranty sttrang at only 
$3000. Alfra Power Battery Co, 681- 
8425, TRf . 97flc 

FOR SALE- 1975 Chevrolet Caprice SW. 
runs well. 454 engme. $395 00. Don 
Hesse. Plummer, phone 465-4321. 

Campers 

FOR SALE- 8' Honey pickup camper, 4 
lacks, electric (ridge. 4 burner stove, 
sloops 5. oicoeont condDon. 874-3865. 

2t55c 

1176 TEXSON XL ovorcab pickup 
camper, vory good concWon. $1,275.00 
or rrjasonable oftor. phone 874-4521. 
P4t57p 

FOR SALE- 1B75 23' motor home. 350 
Chevy. 49,000 maos, al. a/c. roof air, ex- 
coikint shape. 681-1070. May bo see at 
824 South Crockor. 52Pc 

FOR SALE- 1972 Coachman 
motorhome. air, awning, generator, ox- 
collonl condition. $4.00000; 1078 Hlo 
travol trail or. fully oauippod. eicelent 
condition. $3,900.00: pickup campers 
from $500 00 and up and more travel 
trailers from $1,75000 and up. 694- 
61 IB. 2l55p 

FOR SALE- 1.1 -ft. pickup cam per, .stove, 
fridQO. pony. 681-7630. 8t57c 

FOR SALE- 1975 Lifetime mini 
motorhomo, good boginnor unit Sloops 
six. fndgo. itovo. fumoco, showor. toilet, 
totally soll^ontainod, coll 294-6177. 

Sporting Goods 

1990 18' Starcraft PM160 toumament, 
WaOoyo with 55-h.p. Suzuki, papergraph 
and othor options. axcoDbnt condition. 
681-8983, P4S4p 



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1077 OLOSMOBILE Delta 68. low mflos 
on robuilt ongino and transmission, 
$600.00 or bosl of for, call 437-8441. 
2tS4p- • .__ 

FOR SALE- 1975 Ford 4x4 pickup. 390 
ongino. 117,000 milos, now tiros, coll 
874-7871, $2.500. 5t54p 

FOR SALE- 1974 Cadillac Coupo 
DoVilla, good condition, now tiros, 
loaded, 064-5632. 2T5Sp 



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A FAMILY-FUN SUMMER 

STARTS HEREI! 
•Skiing • Cruising * Fishing 
• • Accessories • Trailers 



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-FOR-SALE--1974-Dodge-Chorgorr— 
66,000 actual milos, mako otfor, 796- 
5282. P4t54p 

FOR SALE- 1976 Dodgo Royal Monaco, 
now distributor, ono-yoar on 

tronsmisBion. runs wotl. $500.00 or bosl 
olfor, 218-762-8491, Lancastor, MN. 



CLOSED SUNDAYS! 

CROOKSTON 

BOAT MART, INC. 

Hwy. 75 N. Crookston, MN 
^ 218-281-3956 . y 

FOR SALE- 19S9 Haro Shroddor biko, 
now porogrina rims, call 681-6838 or 

681-2120. 2t5Jc 

1983 SILVERUNE 16* 120 OMC I/O. full 
top, vory doon, $5,400.00; 1984 Tioga 
24', now radiols. Ford 460. 41K milos, 
_duaJ air, awning , 681-8 3 20. P4C5 p 



2-BEDROOM APARTMENT for rant, 
hoat, wator, hot walor paid, call 681- 
1206. 22tlc 



MFfM'i fRASKETBALL COACH 

Northland Community Collego is currently seeking applications for 
a men's basketball coach. An opportunity also exists to toach 
courses in qualified, area. A loiter of application, resdme, and 
transcripts should be forwarded to: Northland Community 
College, Becky Holthusen, Human Resources-Manager, lifll 
Highway One East, Thlel River Falls, MN 56701. 



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FOR RENT- O-e !•-;• becJioo-' 
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OFFICE SPACE 

FOR RENT 

Available April 1st 

309 North LaDroo Ave. 

7hief Rrvef FaJfe.MN 



Helle-Thune Rentals 

681-4327 06 681-2604 



FOR RENT- Lira* 2. bedroom 
apemiont, heat and water pari. available 
Jury 1. rent $340. 681-3834 358c 



FOR RENT* 800 sq ft corrvmerciai spaco 
oiLaBree Ave Phone 681-3784 P4rS7p 



ROOMS 

FOR RENT 

681-2845 



FOR RENT- Sleeping room, sharo 
lulchon. prrvass ontrsneo. can 681-7630. 
Bt57c 

IMyACULATE 3-BEOROOU mobilo 
homo/entry, absolutory no pott, deposit, 
referenco. lease roquirsd, 681-2863. 
P4tS5p 



FOR REHT- Across from Nerfiend. par- 
baity furnished, mini blind*, socurity 
doort, porno room, afl uttHfjos paid, plonty 
of pariurtg. Call 681-2307. 99tfc " 

FOR RENT- Houto in the country, 3- 
bedroomt. freshly decorated, a locale 
wood hoar, $275.00 a month, deposit, 
and nrionmcos required, cal 681-3731. 
2SSc 

FOR RENT- Retail or office spaco. 2.500 
to, tl, next to Kmart, call 681-6166 for 
mora Information. 63tlc 



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NICE HOME bcotod at 258 E. Ploosanl 
in Wanon. MN with double garage, 773- 
6451. T2i54p 




REAIIOR* 
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committed to fair 
(touting for al Americana through 

• FREE CHOICE 

• INFORMED. CHOICE 

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Farm and Land Seise. TJLFsts 

lit Realty of Crooblon. he. . . Crookston 

FlynriRsslhj .TJLFafa 

Gamma RaaSy, Inc. TRFali 

— Pastry Haloes; 

hUaby Real Estate Badger 

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MemberaC* ' 

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BOARD OF REALTORS 



ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS 
P.O. Box 236 



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Mobilo Homo 



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for yo«tt*o*uunoN CALL 
(218) 465-4588 PLUMMER 



FOR SALE- 19T llrfOhrwa'mot.i* 
ho**-e rbetWiri p'oper^e furnace 

IKvo "-x^ r-ew wnctowv alio 14it2 
Iro^l e<-:ranco 4 •>«. Hoof mtUatad. 

•oofli!:**. Oct*, tnc'udod 378 4324 

eftw 6 p m Of TWfcjo dl P4tS5p 

FOR SALE- i960 14ifO taior houM. . 
two-boC'00'it Irani kitchen, bay 
WW*** pNjna 44J3W5 439c 



FOR SALE- 2-bodroom trailor house lo- 
cotod at Long Paint on Lakor of ttio 
Woods, on lako lido; also 1981 Honda 
400 and 1969 Honda 90. cal 294-6631 
lor moro information. 4l56c 

FOR SALE- 2-bodroom tmilor houso to- 
catod at Long Pojni lako sido, also a 
1881 Honda 400 and 1869 Honda 90. 
Coll 216-294^631 tor moro into. 4t57p ' 

LAND FOR SALE- 20 ocroa, .60% 
wooded, Birch, Poplar. Jackpino. - high 
and dry. nlco building tlto, 1 1 mBo« out 
of Wnrroad, north ol Highway 11. Pnon 
(14.000. will eoniidor linondng. Coll 
386-2240. P4tS5p 

FOR SALE- 3* bodroom homo with 
doublo garago on oak-thadod lot on 
•outh odgo of NewfokJon, prkxd in 20'i 
phono 87«561, PS6«p . 




■ EQHOOM HOME at Ml North 
KntoM Ara. CampMafy ramodi " " 
-mm root • naw aiding • now win 
naw oak Uchan eablnatt - fuH dry 
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1. t -ACHE WOODED RANCH' 
ETTE-10 mUaa out- good ttvaa bad- 
room otdar homa, gtraga, amall 
barn, afl tor OKLV S21 ^00 CASK 




a.t7B4 3Q FTCQUUFHaALBLDQ. 



Would rruka good duplaa or olflca 
building. Fofl baa am ant • haa rental 
apartmant and 14x23 garaga. PRICE- 
JUSTREDUCEDII 




S. NEW USTrNO/Larga 3-badroom 
homa on main floor-- cemplataly 
ramodalad - naw window*, doora, 
kfl chart cablnata • baaamant family 
i - pourad concrala baaamant • 
> tor 3rd badroom - LOW >3crat 

B. NEW USTJNOI1 Excallant oldar 
homa at 503 North Knlghl - could ba 
4-badroom • 3 balha or uaad aa a 
dopiaX-PRICEOTOSELUI 

7. 3 UNIT tNCOUE PHOPERTV - with 



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5-badroom ramblar w/dbL 
attachad oarag* • ataal pola bam and 
anolhar lowarad bam 8 othar out- 
bulldlnga • 180 acraa, tlllabla w/3S 
acraa CRP - no acraa of wooda ft 
paatura • 11 mtlaa out. 

B. NICE 1-DE0ROOU HOME-LooUng 

(or caah oltar - larga living room," 

"■"-ban-A Urga utility room - natural 

haaU hoi wttar • t4*x32' garaga 

BUYING OR SELLING 
SEE US FIRST!! 

For An Appointment CaJI: 

Stan Gibson, Broker 

681-4087 

Ormond Johnson, Sales 

681-4089 




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I would Uaolntuy ■ tpocaal rhar* 
rou to my tamV wty> wwro by my id) at 
•wough my topta by pat* lurgory Alto 
Cianh you to all my fnand* for lha-f 
crayart. carda. loarart. plant* and phono 
caflt Thanh you to Dr Janny. O Knul 
•on and runaa at fw Dakota HcaptaJ tor 
ffw»r aKwOanl car* 
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FOR 8AII A 

rn< <WnK«i*^.rv1 trwaring ta~l^p^ *»» 

try p* pok* d-.ig and taf<w^ WirOt 

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lairw tovrfl rrtt*w.*on ;i»W*rMi 

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Lawn & Gordon 



FOR SALE- Srucn tave* er* vary yxe 
oondton (^ 00. call *&{-**3; a*» ft 

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Wontod To Blp/ 

WAMT TO 8UT- Mr^iaVrKj »*-. 
t.mrtj-a rt-k'wa a-wl arraarvwi t«l 

WOAAD UKf B K-. a t^ t t*** «■*. 
*<ra 4 f» «. ivr-»Tl U«**v iitaaaa Ml 

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Wontod lo Ront 

WANT TO RENT- Taotwlw^ af*t 
r^w-it c hovaa w* 0ar*CW r» T*iia* ft>»* 
Faft Cal r&« M*i. iVf Jcra*n*oa. 
OUwa PA*P 

Motor cycle o-ATVo 



FOR SALE- lB«t Yamaha Cicaar rSOoc 

molortycla low ruiai, atcallant 
condton Ml 4405 ?6S> 



GLEANER 
COMBINE PARTS 



* Extvlk-nt Stock 

* Field Service Available 

* Mail Orders Daily 

* Direct Factory 
Computer Link 

* Fast Accurate ! 

* Full Service Dealer 
• • Call 478-3615 

478-3617 

After Hours: 47S3066 



Jergenson Implement, Inc. 

Hwy. 75 North Stephen, MN 86757 



r RURAL RESIDENCE FOR SALE ON BIDS 



* CLOSE TO THIEF RIVER FALLS 

Didi arc requeued on ihii beautiful private farmitead, known ai the former Wendell 
Sorcnion firm, kwalcd 3milei Weu and one-half mile South of Thief River Falli. 
Included ii the following: • 

1. Wetl-krpt three hedmom home built b 1951. 111. hardwood noon and 
lome with carpel; full unfiniihcd baiemenL 

2. AppnuimatclytevoiacreiorUnd; " 

t 3. Four ouliiue bull Jingi, tndudin| bam and iteel bin. 
A. Veryprivalcwiihlntiofoaklreei. 
Submit bid i to: 

McEWEN LAW OFFICE, 
P.O. BOX 220, THIEF RIVER FALLS, MN 56701, 
(218)681-3070. -"' 

The four be it offen received by.5:00 P.M.. July 14, 1992. will be invited to the bid 
opening ai the McEwen Law Office. 201 1/2 Eait Third Street. Thief River Falli. MN on 
July 15, |992. at I0;00 A.M. and may riiie thdr bid at that time. Seller, rncrre the right 
lo reject any and all bi'di. Minimum bid 325,000. 



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Your INDEPENDENT Ho 

SIATEURMB1DG. 

130'N. MAIN. P.O. BOX 767 681-4960 

Er RIVEK fAUS. MN 56701 

WITH US YOU ARE NO. 1!!! 



EXPERIENCE MAKES THE DIFFERENCE! ! t 
AFTER HOURS AND WEEKENDS, SEE BELOW] 1 1 

JUNE STEIOER, ORJ 681-5787 OAfL OYSTER, ORl_^ 681-5405 

VAX HOLUES, QHlJX-eoi- 0012 JULY 7. 1992 



■MJOV TMB ra.HI_.lli VOU NIID HOUStMO DO CALL -AJILV port YOUR 

u*tw>a»r>«-KT_auvaJtB amd ■«■■-* aanticiATa thi •■irvtc- w_-onni 
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TaSN NORTH PABT OKBICM TO n**T «OJU> ( 
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* LOVELY THRCe BEDROOM RAHDLEn 
W OHG (UTK VC RV KICe 

* NEWER ROOF ON HOUSE 4 -ARAO- 

* LAUNDRY DOWN 

* FlUUBEO FOR BATH MaASEUEHt 

* ELCCAVOOO HEAT APPROX. Ii.ijj 

* tl aBLES TO WASHtNOTOH SCHOOL 
WAPMWX.M ACRES 



* NEWFOLOEH SCHOOL rXSTRICT 

* LOVELY KITCHEH CABJHETS 

W STOVE. FmDOe,DW,a*a.UOED 
W EATMO AREA IN lUTCKEH 

* J -CAR GAflAOE. SHOP tN BACK 

* USED TWO CORDS OF WOOD 

* •IBLESTOHEWfOLDEN SCHOOL 



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I'-^a-.T Genereux Realty, Inc. 



(218) 681-HOME(4663) 

1-800-447-0382 
fCs YOUR HOME TEAM 
Jr_ri FOR THE '90"s 



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01 Knwil Thai on* ttaa a raal opan 

2 batw. tamfy room iMth wat bar 
artachad oaraoa m«i opanar SOO'a. 



•ptt loyar homa on tag lot rtgrn on 
aton wtfi vatiwd cadar taangi. 3 b 
and hot ptaka. naca larpa pane- and 



••874. ..HEBE IT ISIIII MCE 4-QEDROOM HOUE OH CROCKERI 2 battw. 
tarna lanwy room. Iota of atoraoal Formal OVWigl Vary racaty oacoraiadl Sharp 
yard, backyard la pfc-al tancadl SM'a. 



•M7I...CUL-OE-SAC LOCATTONDI 1100 aq ft. rantaar with 3 badrooma and 
rut bath up laroa tamty room In lowar lavat. an ofBca. and aitra ouaat room, 
anothar bathl Anacnad garaga cad br an appokiBTwnt! tlffal 



•M71...MCW UBT1NOU ST. HUUREtl Mca 2-badroom ramblar on ma.nl Staat 
ticano. oaraoa and moral Wotid maha an aicatant atartar, raOramani. or rantal 
homal 111,000. 



rtSefr...MCE DUPLEX OR COULD BE CONVERTED BACK TO A SINOLE 
FAMILY HOUCT 2 badrooma on tha main floor, rormal dinlno. hardwood Door*, 
tfwre'a a flrapiaca In tha family room! 2-badroom apanrnanl wtth tut bath upatak*. 
2 garagaal «»'■ LET SOUEONE ELSE BUY YOUR HOUE? 



ffSSM... PRICED AT (40,000 HERE'S A SHARP RAMBLER YOU CAN REALLY 
ENJOY! Tha Irving room ia nlcaly dacoratad with grays and a nica flrapiaca 1 
Thara aia 2 or 3 badrooma on tha main now with hardwood Doora, tha lamiry 
room downatalra alao has a flrapiaca and a laroa built-in antartalrvnanl cantar 
with Iota Ol shalving. thara'a a gvaat room, and a vary affldant gas (oread ak 
rumacal 



Ktrrtil Gwwtux, Brour 

Carts Johnson, Assodata Broksr „ 
Uifityn Nslson, Assodats Broksr.. 



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-681-8261 
Richard Ffolland, Salsa ___4854«8 Jan Nsss, Salaa 681-2767 




Jul> /, iw2 




SHERWOOD FOREST • AN AFFORDABLE RAMBLER ON THE 
RIVER - 3 BEDROOMS, LIVING ROOM, DINING ROOM, 
FIREPLACE, ONE BEDROOM PLUS WALKOUT FAMILY ROOM 
LOWER LEVEL, ENJOY THE SUNSETS AND RIVER FROM 
YOUR DECK. URGE NICELY LANDSCAPED AND WOODED 
LOT - THIS JUST MIGHT BE THE HOME YOU'VE BEEN 
LOOKING FOR • PRICED AT *81 ,000.00. 

PP' V A TE SET TlN q - SOUTHWEST LOCATION - 4 BEDROOM 
RAMBLER ON THE RIVER • LARGE RIVER LOT - CENTRAL 
AIR - FINISHED BASEMENT - OAS LOG FIREPLACE IN 
BASEMENT - STORAGE SHEDS • PAVED DRIVEWAY. - 

QUIET COUNTRY UVINQ AT |T3 B E ST - 18 YEAR OLD BRICK 
RAMBLER ON THE RIVER - FULLY EQUIPPED KITCHEN • 
DINING ROOM, THREE LARGE BEDROOMS, (MASTER BATH 
OFF MASTER BEDROOM) • FOYER - OPEN BEAMED CEILING • 
FIREPLACE IN BOTH LIVING ROOM AND FAMILY ROOM • 2- 
1/2 STALL ATTACHED GARAGE • OUTSIDE WOOD H20 
BOILER FOR HEAT PLUS ELECTRIC BASEBOARD • 2.5 ACRE 
LANDSCAPED LOT SOUTH OF THIEF RIVER FALLS. 

BUILT IN EA. RLY IMf/a - UPDATED WITH NEW .KITCHEN - 2 
-FJmiLY_RQOMS^ONE^N.M^N.FiOQHJWDJnmj.OJiYEH_ 



LEVEL, ALL FINISHED - 3 BEDROOMS AND BATH UP- 1 BATH 
ON MAIN FLOOR • LARGE DINING ROOM - ORIGINAL 
WOODWORK - PRICED AT $44,500.00. 

; 5.04 ACRE BUI LDIMQ SITE OH THE RIVER - -APPROXIMATELY 



HOMES YOU WOULD BE HAPPY TO CALL YOUR OWNII 



For Appointment Call 681-6050 
fgfr Evenings or Weekends " 

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Rohan A. Purdy, Salaa Aiaoclala. OBI-JOSS 



Flynn Realty. Inc. 

Proliulonal Bldg. 4th and UBim Ttil«f Hlv»r F*li, MN 



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ttfjarm baaaa. top pnea* paid, cat John 
KHdfcsrg.MI-2615 P4«p 



CUSTOM 
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With 8820 John Deere 

And Trucks. 
GERALD DURAY 
218-523-3975 

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FVMKMAL PtiaatlUMTATTVI M 

BUFTIWIIflO A O MPSI S IIUTWW AMD 

NOTtCt TO OWDCmt** 

TO Alt. INTERESTED FEFtSONS AhO 

Cftiononi 

It w Ontwad and Noaoa a rwrabv awao 
tsat on ■%• t Mt day ei Awguat. 1 S«J. al 
to » octrx* A U . a haanna a« ba hatd n 
tw abowt nawiad Court at TfaH PArar Fata. 
U^naaaia. lar BSa tanwaJ probata af an 

* rtaatad docaoant. da lad AorS IS. 
. and tor BSa appomtmant of Edqar 
n. wheaa addraaa ra Rovta 3. Boa 1 Si 
Pad Laka FaBa. Mwnaaota SS7S0 aa par- 
aonai raptaaaniatva of (ha aatata ol tha 
abera naraad dacadant in aupanrtaad 




NOTXf OFHIAMBaO 
BOA KO c# lONPtQ AFWfJU.1 
CITY OF TMCF nrVtR FALLS 

Nol>ca ia fca<a*<j ftr»«, piKHWl ta 
CSapW* II ol Ssa Tf-at Fl>rar FaJH C"y 
Coda tsar Linda C AndarwM. 70S Daway 
■wanua Mar* 1raa< Fvwa* FatM, UN MT01. 



WANTED- AJtsJfa dairy hay brt sojusra 
baiaa. Also oat and bartay straw by soml 
load. Gorald Swaot. 715-284-9716. 

Machinery 

FOR BALE- 1 BOO Now Holland combine. 
Cal csata|, ph.. 20-fL straight hoad. si- 
ways thaddod. 218-078-4219. P4tS5p 

FOR SALE* Bato squooia tor boni-ond 
loadaf, 465-4349. P4tS7p ^ 

1973 7700 John Doora gas combino, 5- 
pickup, wrrJvwtthout218flox hoaoor, 
d concatton, 745-8273. P466p 
FOR SALE- Vorutllo 400 swsthar. \$, 
sxcailont. always ahadoad. 218-773- 
2014. P4cS6p 

FOR SALE- JD 6801 combino. 1962 
Chev. truck, stool box and holsL gravtty 
box and bailor, call 745-5671. 4t57p 



swnwo mvw bo (Sad « 
pnspar, and no o t aa f ona an SWd. aatf par- 
aonal raprssantaova wiB ba appotnlad lo 
admMaiar tha aatata. to coSsct a ssaata, 
pay all logal dabts. claim a, lataa and 
a up ana aa. and sal raal and paraonal prop- 
arty, and do all nacaaaary acta lor tha 

uon, tha raprasantatlva shall f>w a final 
account lor tha aftowanca and shal OH- 
aDuta tta aataw to tia paraons ISaravtH 
anSSad aa ordarad by tha Court, and doaa 
as* aatata 

Nooca la lurthar gtvan Biat Aa CREDI- 
TORS havtno daama agamat aakl aaaaia ara 
racajrad lo praaant Via aams to said par- 
aonal rapraaantolva or to Vw Court Admin- 
rakator wttMn lour monffta ana* tw data of 
thta noOca or aatd dalma wtl ba barrad 
Dalad JunaSO, 1002. 
(COURT SEAL) 

-a- Larry L. Jcrganaon 

Juogo 

-a- Barbara Barto 

Court Administrator 

CHAALSON. MARBEN A 

JORQENSON. PA 

■a-KurlJ.Uaiban 

1tBWaa12ndSkaat 

P.O. Box SOS 

Thlaf Rivar Fals. MN SS701 

21S-W1-4002 



Jury 7 1002 



NOTICE Or^HEARINO 
BOARD OF ZONMO APPEALS 
CtTV OF THIEF RTVER FALLS 



proparr* m tooaN daa crto ad aa tha htertfi 
karfii^iofLowJA J. taaa isa Eaat It taat 
pw-wo*. in Btoc* Savon of fuvarsaM Add 



danra Tha aiHOna buBclng on ffw pmpany 
has a Raar Yard Sadat* f» Vw root ovar- 



• lining building and would, ffiara tora. 
raquva ap p rowat d a avanw laat Pd VarV 
anca to tha BNrty frva laat (J51 ralnMwai 
Raar Yard Saback. aa rooiarad by Sad 
1 1 32 , Subd S . tor tha R 2 Oanaral Raat- 
rJanaal Oamct 

Noaoa la lurtiar gwan. Stat tha Board of 
Zorang Appaala wtl conduct a llaartoB on 
Via Vananca Raovaat al atxroaanaaafy 730 
PU (COST) on Monday. Juty 20. 10ff2. tot- 
towtng a Itaartng by Vw Planning Commis- 
sion concarning a Zoning Amsndmanl 
Raouasl tor tha sama proparty Tha HaartoQ 
wM ba conductad in rw Cay CouncS Cham- 
bars oi tha City Auditorium. Al parsons 
wishing to commant on tha variants 
Raouaataa hava tha opson to ba hoard at 
ffwa nma Paraona who wMh to aubmS wrB- 
ton conunsnts prior to tha Haartng or who 
hava ouasao n a should addraaa fwm to tts 
Olhca ol tha Community Davalopntant 
Dlr actor. City Auditorium. P.O. Boi 521. 
Thiaf Rrrar Fata. MN 58701. or Maphona 
218-6J1-2500. 



NOTICE OF HEAHINQ 

PLANMNO COUMtSStON 

OTY OF THIEF RTVER FALLS 

Notko la ha r a by grvan, pursuant lo 

Chaptsr 11 of tha Th'st Rrrar Falls City 

Coda, thai Linda C. Anoarson and Doyls 



NOTKIOFMIOUSBSO 

►VAwaaaa COasuttsapai 
art of TXtf FtYin falls 

Noi.ia it haraey anran. pa raw ant la 
CMfM*< 1 1 oi iK* frwaf Fuvar FaUa City 
Cad* "H Mannath and Eralrn Barg. 
IcuSSn o ' O i Corporason. and Idyl toe . al 
c/a Ha--.*!* Barg tot I d towaa d Court, 
Ttast fvrw r«aa UN M70I. 
UN Wait na,m nogat Rautar, Praai- 
daW. 113 Th.ro 1 Sbaal Eaat. Thiat Rnra. 
FaAa UN l»70t. and tha Ory at TWal 
Mvar Fana (Park and RaoraaBon Oapan- 



1 1 ■■ i in yat Mba ssadtor Sw isaj if*] 
srhaal yaar (aaa apm M 1 sBirhad to V« 

Kotrba atavad Hj**4 aacandad. la 
aotaol Via Intarvww rout 
wandaSaa to haa Laat A I 



ZawVig or preparsas tooalad to SouShwooda 
Adotaon to Vw Cay of Tlaw; RKwr FaSa. Uav 
naa n ta ***&• nnLdaa a flaaiisnQamawl d 
Lot Two Dtock Ona. OatvSto Sacond AAS 
•on and of OuSoi A. OaavSto AdelBort Tna 
ownart and paruaa having an Into ra si In 
Loto 1 t«kitto<A1 of Soutwroods Add> 
Ben ara raojaasng Vwt aS of Viaaa propar- 
SasbaionadC2lWwrsl O uslrwssDtofel 
Aporton ot Vtaaa proparlas srs eurrarrty 
tonad AG Aaneunural 

Tha Cmon Inn w tocatad on Lot 2 of 
BtocAOna r> SouVrwoodB AdONon. Tha bal- 
snos ot r>a proparaas dascrfoad abova ara 
vacanl and undavalopad. Tha ownars ot 
ttasa propartiaa propoaa lo otfaf thaaa 
tor aala and davatop 
purposas panrunad Ir 




Notlca Is hstaby plvan, pu 
laptor 11 o< tha Thiaf Rlvar Falls City 
Cods, thai Jack and Carol Haymond. 405 



Livestock 



STANDING AT STUD: Now Stallion 
Black Brown AOHA, sira 3 ROM wtnnors. 
Grandson of Worid Champion Go-Man- 
Go. $100 grado, $150 rogi stored, cosh, 
□uaranioo, hauling, 218-378-4504 
Goodrldgo. 2t54p 

RAJ HORSE SALES- July 18. Tack 
2.00 p.m. Horsos 7:00 p.m. SaJos hold at 
Trt-County Uvostock. Motloy. MN. For rv 
brmation/hnullngyosbmstos caJ 218-924- 
4410. T2t56p 



Rlvaralda Avsnus. Thiaf Rtvor Falls. MN 
5S701 . hava appliad lor a Vananca to tha 
Zoning Regulations govarning mlartor Sids 
Yard Sa (backs for accatsory buildings 
(garage). Tha proparty b togaay dasenbad 
as Lots 3 A 4 In Btoek Twatve ol Poriafs 
Addison to tha City of Thiaf Rlvar Fans. 

Craning of tha Variance Raouasl would 
stow tie petMonara to construct a 24* X 2ff 
garage on the abova describad proparty. 
"ha proposed garaga would have an Intart- 
or 6Jda Yard Gatback (to the tool ova rhang] 
-ol on% fool [11, at the south property sne, 
which would be a two feet (2V Variance ter 
Uta three laei (T) minimum Inisdor Side 
Yard Setback as required by Sad 11.32., 
Subd. S., for the fl-2 Osnsral Residential 
DtatricL 

NoUoe Is further ghrsn thai tha Board of 
Zoning Appaala win conduct a Haartng on 
the Vananca Request al approximalary 730 



to Vie Zoning d their propsrses tocatad on 
the East sloe ol the 700 Btocfc ol Dawey 
Avenue rom C-1 Neighborhood r ' 



sress are kuaty dsaedbad aa the I 
(1/2) of Lota 2 A 3. lees the East 11 laat 
thereof, rt Block Seven (L. Anderson prop- 
any) and the Souft 24 leel of Lot 1 In Btocfc 
Sevan (D. Thompson proparty). both In 
Rhrerskte AddUon to the City ot Thief Rhrar 
FaBs. 

Th» Doyle Thompson property, which 
Includes all ol Lot 1 excapt tha North 50 
last, Is currently vscsnl. If tha Zoning 
Amandmsnl Request Is approved, Ms. 
Anderson proposed ta place an sdcttton to 
the sxbujng rssldanc* tocatad en her prop- 
srty. Ms. Andarson would propoaa lo con an- 
us to operate a beauty shop on the property 
located st 700 Dewey Avenue sa a Homa 
Occupation In accordance with Section 
11.71., Subd. 4. ol Chaptsr 11 ol the City 
Code. Plscsmsnt ol tha addition to tha 
axtsling rssidanca, as proposed, aril also 



The Crfy ol Thist FuVer Pels, owner of 
OuSol A rt Southwooda AddHton. Is request- 
ing, tvat Bus property be tonad PR Perk end 
Ftecrsalon Otatrtct A person d ttai proparty 
Is currently icned R-1 Suburban Has ids n- 
Sot OuSoi A, which a undeveloped and ; tor 
the moat psrt. coversd by trees, lias 
betwaen the above daacrt>ed properties 
proposed tor commercial uses and vte rasi- 
danfiai area to the weal (OakvfBe AdttBon) 
It Is tha current Intent ol the CoVs Psrk and 
Recreation Dapartmanl thai this property 
wtl romaui m its existing stela to provide 
graenapaca and a buftar betwaen futura 
commaraaJ development and the rssldsnBal 
properties 

Notice tt further given, that the Planning 
Commisaion wtl hold a Hesrtrvg on the Zon- 
ing Amandmanl Raqueala at 7fl0 P.M. 
fbCST) on Monday. July 20. 1002, In the 
City Counal Chambers. City Auditorium. Al 
parsons etthlng to comment on the Zoning 
Amandmanl Requests wfl hava the opBon 
to be haard at this tme. Persona who wish 
lo submit wriltsn commants prior lo tha 
Hasting, or who hava gussllons should 
addre ss them to the Office ol the Communi- 
ty Davslopmsnt Director, City Auditorium. 
P.O. Box 520. This! RJvsr Fails. MN 58701 
or telephone 219-6011500. 

Dated this 1st (tey d Jury, 1002. 

CITY OF THIEF FUVER FALLS 

■e- Donald L Stewart 

Community Dsvalopment Director 
and Zoning Administrator 



Bupertotanoenl Morton reported Vwt Or 
None Oteaee end Dr Bruce Johnson from 
■to Staaa Dapt Ol Educason vS be rnaotrtg 

with the Oeodrktga and Orrgla School 
Boarda at OVygla on Monday. Jury 20. 1082. 
at SOOpm to review the Slats Dapt d 
EduceSon Usnegamsni Assistance Saioy 

fha^artotandant KoSerl Ctotributod a but- 
lefn tram Vie USBA reoansng Vie reetruc- 
luring d totermedute [Xektcta 



School District . 
#561 Proceedings 



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S10.010 -$83,758 yearly- _ MENDING CRACKED 
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-., froo applications. Big dornand. Profossional 



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"Unodvofliwd"Strjady.FuIJ- 
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AND REGIONAL 
COORDINATOR 

Kiitions ovallablo WiUmar, 
itchlnson, Lostor PfaHo 
orsa. Hastings to Pino Island. 
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Stilrwator. MN 55082. 1 -800- 
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rapair Ml Call ToU-Froo V 

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Information. Windshield 

Crack Mond Company, RR CALL NOl 

1. Box 1210, Cuba. MO 

65453. 



■ MISCELLANEOUS 



DIAMONDS & ROLEXES. 
BUY-SELL-TRADE FINE 
JEWELRY.WATCHES.OF_ 
ANY AGEOR CONDITION. 
DIAMONDS PLUS, B016 
East Lako Stroot. 
Minnonpolis. 1-800-262- 



■ EDUCATION 



AIRCRAFT MECHANIC 
TRAINING. 

_Traln tobneomo Bconjod A. 
& P Mechanic. Day or night 
clasaos. - Housing 

asslstonco. Financial -aid 
availabk). Palm troos and 
[unshino. Rico Aviation. 1- 
800-735-7014. 



. MOVIE EXTRAS 
noodod for upcomlri g mo vie s 
and TV shows to bo lilmod 
on-location. Good pay. No 
oxporionco roquirod. CaB 1- 
900-740-0707 for 

Information. $2.95/mlnuto. 

COMPLEX . 

MGWRES MGR. 

position ovallablo tor a 

couplo lo llvo on-slto. 

Rosponslblo for loasings. 
maintononco.- olllco ona 
supervision of stall. 
Apartmont plus salary. 
(612)333-3962. 



EIGHT WEEKS 
PROFESSIONAL TRUCK 

DRIVER TRAINING 
at Northwest Technical 
Cotlogo, Wudona. $2750 - 
financial aid to qualified 
students. Class A end CDL 
liconso. Call 1-800-247- 
2007. Noxt class July 27. 
1992. 

BUSINESS LOANS 

AVAILABLE. 

Phono (218)829-9381, 

8am-11:30om. 
Monday through Friday. '• 



FRIENDLY HOME 
PARTIES 

has openings for. demon- 
strators. No cash Invost- 
monL No sorvico Cttorgo. . 
■ High commission and hosi- 
ots awards. Two catalogs. 
ovor600itoms. Call 1-800- 
488-4875. 

■ SPECIAL NOTICES 



KEEP YOUR 

KIDSAUVE. 
U niquo bum por ibcko r. "Am 
I Driving OK7 Notify (writo 
In), Phono (wriloinf Sond 
52.95 toHlliCO. P.O. Box 
68021, Anoholm, CA 
92817. 



.■ MISCELLANEOUS 
FOR SALEVLEASE. 

FOR SALE 
386/40 M brand 485/ 

' 33Mhi COMPUTER 

SYSTEMS. 
130MB hard drivo' SVGA, 
4MB Ram, both Itoppios, 
mouse, ono yoar onsito 
warranty. 366740Mhi, 
S1590.486733Mhi.$1800. 
Ocean Computors. 1-800- 
528-7392. 



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Join America's fastost 
growing prolosslon. Work 
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instruciod homo study. The 
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available, f-iuo catalog uo. 
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RETIREMENTUVINGcan 
offer you. Plan ahoodl Got 
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'ExpAhcting company needs 

2 solos pooplo in this orua. ,_. i_,„„-,„ „ ... ,.„. 
$3.000-$5000 in monthly f °l^v C ff p fe,'., Rr^,' 
commlMlonsposslblo.Must — g« '^L " ^"i?? 
trnuol 1-BOO-347-45B2 StroOL Su ito 309, Now York, 

travel, l BOO- J4/-a w^. NY10022. 1-212-371-0811 

or 1-800-521-1539. Ex- 
ecutive Diroctor, Nool P. 



L1CENSE0 LIFE ft 
HEALTH AGENTNEEDED. „, 
Quality-products, high — Koanu - 
commissions with advance 
bo lore issuo, load system, 
and bonoftlE. (Must qualify 
lor odvoncos and bono Ins) 
Call 1-800-252-2581. 



UNIQUE SALE 
OPPORTUNITY. 
Fortune 500 Company. 
Exporioncod Solos Reps. 
Unlrmitod incomo. Corporata 
bonotit package. Sand 
rosumo to: Roglonat 
Manogor. AG. 400 North 
5kokia Boulovard, Sutlo 
#450. Nor0ibrook.IL 60062. 

UVTNG TRUSTS 
AMERICA, 
a national company. Noods 
agonts to retail living trusts 
to senior markol. firokors 
Wolcomo, Lood. program. 



A WONDERFUL FAMILY 
EXPERIENCE 

Scandinavian. Europoan. 
South Amohcan, Japanese 
high school oxchango 
students arriving InAupust. 
Bocomo a host family/ 
Amorican Intorcultural 
Student Exchanga. Call 
Cnrornsi 2)035T233-OT-p- 
800-slbling. 



■ TANKJIM6/YQ-N1FT5- . 

WOLFF TANNING BEDS. 
Now Commercinl-Homu 
Units Irom $199. Lamps- 
Lot ions- Access or ios. 
Monthly paymentr, low nrr 
-"■Coll today FREENEW 



Yoor-round homo on 
bonutilul Kill Lako just 1/2 
m ilo from down town H ill City 
and 18 milos from Grand 
Rapids In North Central 
Minnosota.PotontiaHortwo 
bodroom s. Idoal Tor couplo 
or small lamily. Spacious 
- lawn and top quality sand 
bench. ""$35,000. "Coir 
[218)246-21 72 or (2 18)566- 
2806. 

ATTENTION FARM ERStl I 
Buildings in "DISTRESS" 
must soil immediately, 1 -40 
ftx60ttx00 ft nil stool never 
ornclad. Cnll Now. 
(701)241-674B Darwin/ 



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QUILT AUCTION 
12:30 PM. 
HOG ROAST. 
Groon Lako Etiblo Camp. 
Spicor, MN. Handtbtchod 
and tiod quills. Norling- 
Honslrn" Auctioneers. 
(612)796-2181. 

-~- --ESTATESALE, - 

9-5, 

JULY 10, 11, 12. 13. 

M.T. CUPBOARD 

ESTATES. 

Anna ndalo. County 6 north. 

follow signs. Firth building 

ol onliquo osiato storod 

sinco 1959. Toys, dollff v 5 

accessories, cos/umo 

I wol ry . co mi cs , gla s swa ro. 

imiliirn, ntr. fStn Ju]y $_ 



Tnb lor listing. 



■ VACATION/RESORTS 

TIME SHARE UNITS 
nnd campground member- 
ships Distress sales. 
Chonp! 1 Woildwido srttifC- 
tions. Call VACATION 
NETWORK -U.S. nnd 
Canada 1-800-736-8250ar 
_.305 ; 56G-2203. .Froo tonlaL 
inlormnlion 305-563 5586. 



B AUTOS WANTED 



DONATE YOUR CAR, 

Truck. Molorhomo. Bonl, 
,distmtsod Real Estato. 
colloctiblos. to Foundation 
Sorving tho Blmd I R S tax 
duductibk>L Froo Towinrr 
_neod not.run._Coll. 1-80%. 
3265922. 



Goodrldge SD 561 
board minutes 

(June 29, 1992). 

■ The final expenditure budget 
for Ihc 1991-92 school year 
was adopted and the tentative 
expenditure budget for 1992- 
1993 was approved. 

■ Superintendent Sal Hoffen 
presented Larry Vigcn with a 
school bell award for 15 years 
of dedicated service to the dis- 
tricL 



■ Several other reports "were 
heard. 



NW Technical 

College Board 

meeting minutes 

(May 12, 1992) 

■ Procedure used by the 
screening committee lo select a 
CEO was discussed by the 
board. Candidates interviewed 
included: Ray Cross of Michi- 
gan; Bruce Pcnynun of Col- 
orado; Larry Zickman of South 
Dakota; Glenn Peterson of 
Iowa; Dennis Hopman of the 
Detroit Lakes Technical Col- 
lege; Mel Salberg of the 
Bemidji Technical College; and 
Orley Gunderson of the Thief 
River Falls Technical College. 

■ A number of house-keeping 
measures were adopted by the 
board, such as, approving 
depositories and checking 
accounts for each campus, 
appointing a temporary fiscal 
agent, allowing the employees 
lo select a union, reviewing the 
budget, and approving memo- 
randums of agreement 



July 7. 1092 
SCHOOL DISTRICT #561 
Qoodrldga, Minna acta 

The following mlnulas are nol olllcial 
until approved by tha board at lha naxt rag- 
ubrty schadulad moating. 

Procaedmga: Ragular meeting Juno 20, 
1092. 8:00 p.m. 

Members prasant: Larry Vlgsn, Martin 
Kotrba, Akton Hytond, Norma Hanson. Job 
PhJUpp. 

Members Absent: John Gallagher. 

Also prasant: Superintendent Hollerl, 
PrindpaJ Hannckson: 

Tho meeting was called to ordar al BOO 
p.m. by Chairman Vlgsn. Pledga ol Alia- 
jlanco was grvan. 

Hanson moved, Kolrba sacondad, to 
Approve the June moating aganckt. Motion 

Hanson moved. Hvland seconded, to 
approve tha minutes ot tha May 19, 1992. 
regular meeting. Motion carried. 

Kyland moved. Hanson seconded lo 
approve for paymant the June computer 
chocks $64,257.73; May Handpayablss 



_ n Payroll $1,070.95: For a total 
S120.5O7.40. Motion carried, (see reports 
I3.1t-#3.13B att-ched to the oflieial board 
minutes.) 

Superintendent Hotter! govo the District 

rovenue and expenditure budget reports. 

—KoUba-moveoVPfiUtrx^Boconoedt-to- 



...» 199t-1002 llnal expenditure budget as 
lollows: General Fund $1,261,502: Food 
Service 588,030; Transportation 5160,274; 
Community Sorvico $10,825: Capitol Outlay 
J44545:'for a total ol 51.574.666. Motion 
carried, (see report 13.21 -13.22 ottaehed to 
the orftctal board minutes.) 

Hanson moved. Katibs sacondod. to 
ndopt the 1002-1003 tentative expenditure 
budget aa lollows: General Fund 

- 51.255.7e2rFood Service 503,665; Trans- 
portation S107.125: Community Service 
S10.B90; Capitol Outlay 5102.625 tor a total 
ol SI .660.207. Motion carried, (see report 
S3. 23 attached to the olliclal board min- 
utes.) 

Superintendent Hollert gave the Cash 
Flow and Investment Report. The District 
showed an Investment ol 5110,027.65 as ol 
May 30. 1902. (see report #3 24 attached to 
the official board minutes.) 

No' patron concerns, student council 

—imports, or classified stall reports were 

PatU Johnson and Diane Paulson, ropre- 
suntfng the G.E.A., requested a school cH- 
male committee meeting be nekton July 16. 
tW2.et7aoam. 

Hanson moved, Phll-pp seconded, to 
purchase a floor scrubbing machine bom 
Custodial Supplies at n district cost ot 
S1.270.MoUonearrtod 

Principal Handckson reported on the 
Goodridge City Council meolmg where the 
City Water Holding System was discussed 

. Hanson moved. Hy_land.se conded..lo. 

grant permission to the Distncl Audit Firm to 



July7, 1092 ' 

NORTHWEST TECHNICAL COLLEGE 
BOARD MEETS 
DETROIT LAKES. MINNESOTA 
Date: May 12, 1092 
Ragular Meeting 

Members present: Flotlemeach. Partow, 
Kiasow. Bentrup, Borgen. Members absent: 
SmaDey. ARemales present: Twomey. 

The meeting was cased to order Vy Flol- 

Moson Psrtiow, Borgen. thai the minutes 
ot the 4/9702 mealing ot the NWTC Jolnl 
' Powers Board be approved. Carried. 

Motion Borgen, Bentrup, to accept the 
financial report end May, 1092. Board bilB 
as presented. Carried. 

Motion by Bentrup. Borgen. lo approve 
tint reading ot the restrict poleies. Carned. 

Motion by Borgen. Kiasow, to approve 
second reading ot district policies. Corned. 

Motion by Kiasow, Bentrup, lo approve 
the recommendation ol the Student Senate 
at each campus lo charge 51,00 per credit 
aa the Student Senate tee tor the 1092-03 
school year. Ca/neoV 

Tha dates for strategic planning were 
changed to July 6-0. 1002. The tocauon win 
be Bemidji to coordinate wllh the June 
Board meeting location. 

Dick Bentrup reported that by the end ol 
May, Wadena should hava their new presi- 
dent selected. 

Motion by Borgen. Klesow.'to recom- 
mend thai the Board authoriio the license 
transler of radio station KSRQ from School 
Distncl #564 lo the Joint Vocational Techni- 
cal College 12200. Carried \ 

Motion by Panlow. Bentrup, to approve 
the Memorandum el Agreement between 

-Thlet-Rlver-Falle-fechnlcal-College- 
Practical Nursing Program and Northwest 
Madkal Center of Thief River FaBs. Carried. 

Orley Gunderson gave a report on the 
progress ot the Financial Aid Committee 

toe Report. 



Orley Gunderson lovlewed the intorma- 

i package on TRF housing. 

CEO Committee mealing— Nate John- 






reported on the procedure used by the 
-Screening Committee on May 5, 1092. in 
the selection process ot the CEO appli- 
cants. Interviewing ol the selected appli- 
cants will take place June 9-10. 1992. at the 
Msdisoo-Holei in Moorhead. Tha lollowlng 
candidates wtl be Interviewed: Ray Cross. 
Ml: Bruce Perryman. CO; Larry Zickman. 
SD: Glenn Peterson. IA: Dennis Hopman. 
President DLTC; Mai Salbatg. President 
BTC: and Orley Gunderson, TRF TC. 



presidents will make n recommandason I 
the Board ot whom to two lor tha Business 

Employee election results ol union rep- 
resentation seleciDn— The results are: MFT 
received 175 votes. MEA received 120 

Mel Salberg gnvo n briel report on the 
progress ot the Marketing and Custom Ser- 
vices Committees. 

Mel Saber g reported the schools hope 
to be on line tor inwreclrve television by trie 
first ol the, year. The tnlention Is to be nble 
> loeaaMsu.silaaaLorxi.tknt. „ . 

Hopman asked the Board which way 




I ef February T 
Apr! IX wee Sua e al kWar tlai Ceuwcl 

aaoaion by PerBow Bawtrup as approve 



kwxwrtn« d 



tua»on ef a^p*e _ wa a 
tar Be-w* TC Haera 



Inaurance Fund ataurlng covaraee lor 
NWTC ewip fc feea tor LTD. teeer toaa Daok 
Lundean. BD 072 Buaaneea kSeneow. seal 
)kq tw ISO 022 Board el Educaoon auSho- 

ruad conunueaon in e%e echool OHtncfa 
group hoaprtakieSwn. tane haa. long terwi 



Kjeeow. Borgen. *e eel June tt-tO. 10o/ 
and if rvecesaanr June 11. 1002. at the 



Hktcta and Local 

rjuoennwrejenl HoSart on behal etfhe 
school board, preaeniad Larry Vtgen m«i a 

service to tw DkurtoL 

The board eel tie nail ragular meabng 
tor Tueedey. July 21. 1982. etlOOpm. 

Prtncpel Hanrtckson raporteO tie! tva 
piayground equipment protect was going 
well and tiey woiad soon need volunieers 
tor hauSng pee roe*. 

Uaeeng edtournad et 027. 
JuleKkMOW 

Larry Vtgan, Chairman 
Aktori Hyland. Oerfc-Treasurw 



tor tw CEO In 

Regular Board meamg SCO P14 . June 
11.1 092. Uoomeed campus Tour at 4 30 
pm .meal at SOOpm. meelng to toSow 



June 30. July 7, 1002 
CfjmriCATt 
Thai notce Is to cars*/ ttat the toaowmg 

IndMcluaki ara al members ol tw partwr- 
sMp known as Sehuler Grygla Pemenhp 
rOrnU. Sohutar. FUaa/Roulae. Box 67. 
' meaow 5*727 - 
je M. Sehuler. Jr 326 - 17th 
Avenue North. Wahpeton. North Dakota- 
aS075 ^ 

George M. Schutar. lit. 1431 - 4ft Steel 
North. Veahpaton. Norti Dakota 5S07S 

The prtncCef place of buainaee of said 
partnership is at Rural Route 4. Box 67. 
Grygla. ktrtnaaoka 54727. 

Thla Certilicete la filed In compliance 
witi 1333 01 of tw umneaota Statrtes. 
Dated tea Sih day of June. 1002. 

-a- Kim M. Sehuler 
-a- George U. Sehuler, Jr 
-• George M. Schuktr. Ill 



Q, K, 



STATE OF MN 



JSS 



COUNTY OF MARSHALL) 

On this 5 th day ot June, 1092. before 
me personalty appeared Kan M. Sehuler, 
known to me to be the person who is 
descrtoed in and who executed the within 
Instrument and acknowledged to me that he 
executed lie same. 

-a- Lynn G. Anderson 

Notary Pubic 

Marshal County. MN 

My Commission Expires: Feb. 1. 1097 

STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA) 

COUNTY OF RICHLAND V 

Cm trus Sih day of June, 1092. betoie 
me personaVy appeared George U. Sehuler, 
Jr., known lo me to be the person who b 
desertjed In and who executed the within 
and foregoing document, and acknowl- 
edged to me Viet he executed the same. 

\ -a- Mary Bath Reynolds 

Notary Pubic 

Richland County, North Dakota 

My Commission Expire*: Feb. 14, 1903 

STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA) 

|SS 
COUNTY OF RICHLAND ) 

On this Oth day of June. 1092. be lore 
me personally appeared George M. Sehuler. 
Ill, known to me to be the person who is 
descrtoed In and who executed the within 
and foregoing document, arid acknowl- 
edged to me fiat he executed the same. 

-•- Mary Beth Reynolds 

Notary Pubic 

Richland County, North Dakota 

My Commission Expires; Feb. 14. 1093 




Mr. and Mrs. Brian Kellogg and Krls- 
ilno left on Sunday far their home al 
Peru, MA. AflBr spending time, visiting 
at tho John and Jsanetto H oilman 
home, and also visiting other relatives 
and friends. 

Visitors on Saturday at tho Bill and 
Olive Rehm home wore Mr. and Mrs. 
Roy Kendale and Janlco Peterson. 

Mr. and Mrs. Dale Lappogaard. 
Rogor Allison. Matthew Allison,' and 
friend, Michelle of St. Cloud, wore Mon- 
day visitors at the Aldan Hyland homo. 



~ weekend. 

Jason Lahgsoth ot Richfield callod 
on Sunday to visit with her grandpar- 
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Nolson. 

Mr. and Mrs. Norman Andorson visft- 
od and brought anniversary greetings 
to OrVIn and Arria Anderson on Sunday 
evening. Happy anniversary, Orvin and 
Arda. 

Friday dinner guests at tho Orvin 
Andorson homo wore Mrs. Choslio 
Ruud of Gatzko. Mrs. Rudd also vlsilod 
with housoguests, Tracy Dlckovich and , 
Marilyn Simmons. 

Mr. and Mrs, John Hollman visited 
with Mr. and Mrs. Dennis No vac h ol 
^asLGrand_EorJss_j.r__^urid.ay_j»h_er___ 
noon. 



On Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rohm 
drove to Whoalon, whoro thoy attend- 
ed Ihe 90th birthday ol Bill's cousin. 
Loola Gaulrapp. Bill and Olivo had a 
nice limo visiting with rolatlvos ihoy 
hadnt seen tot a while. 



Viking 



Ayako Noguchi, Haruko Noguchi. 
and Yoriko Amano dl Saitama. Japan, 
nonr Tokyo, frionds of Lorl Ranum, 
coime Juno 21st. and spont until June 
24th, at tho Maynord and borty Ranum 
home, Tho Rahums took them back to 
tho Cities on Juno 24th, when they 
returned hers, thoy were accompanied 
by Brianna Johnson ol Chaska. who is 
spending a low days at iho\laynard 
Ranum home. 

Tuesday evening Leonard'Larson 
visited and had colf'eo al the Thales 
and Pnutotto Grindnland home ol rural 
Thiol Rivor Falls. 

Noon luncheon guests Tuesday at 
the Mdynard and Betty Ranum homo 
were. Ed and Kay fttcMiUan, Andy tane} 



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l>-i Iutk mi )i v M p m a local 
ffti.irm n-rvrtcJ ihc theft of a 
Blj.k Hill* fohi imj *atucJ H 
SW TV L-xiJent » urvfci invci- 

On Ju!> I at 1 -U p'm. Grrcc 
OvtJjI. Thief Rue: FaJlt. rrrxinril 
that vmciimc vet the »cckend a 
tcvlbov *m uken fnwn hn pickup 
•* hith »j\ parked in Si Hilairc. 
The thcli l«»* »n estimated at 

On July 1 ai 7:17 p.m. Joel 
FrctmuJ, Thief River Fail*, rrrwrt- 
cd that the radio in hi* car had wen 
stolen «hile the car *as puled at a 
local parage fix repairs. The ihcfl 
lois * ai estimated al S 1 50. 

On July 1 at 11:28 a.m. A 
Burlinpton Northern dispatcher 
reported that iomclimc during the 
presious week someone removed 
bolls Irom ihc track switching 
boxes located between First and 
Greenwood. The theft loss »as 
estimated at S50. 

On July 3 at 10:53 im. Speeds 
Auto in Thief River Fails reported 
thai three radios from vehicles on 
their lot were stolen. Two were 
valued at $80 each. A third was 
valued at $400 with speakers. A 
fourth radio in another vehicle was 
damaged: 

On July 5 at 4:52 p.m. Robcn 
Camp. Thief River Falls, reported a 
radio stolen from his car while the 
vehicle was parked near Heritage 
Community Center. Theft loss was 
estimated at $384. 

Vandalism. On June 29 at 1:12 
p.m. Robcn Diclten of Thief River 
Falls reported- that someone had 
thrown rocks through his garage 



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U-) *iih a*.ap iV ij»ii p»)it ir»n 
inj o«Sf( ihiUrrn. Iimi. iaji »•».! 

(>n !ul> 1 »l IT »pni (.ail 
ftrflund. Thirf Ri»rr lalU. rrr*n 
"rd that »*rwr* had irriyp»;Mr\J 
hrr sarare »nJ fk>»TT» A \rwi 
U~y • *» tcnivtrd ahoui i.V dam- 
are It »ill i mi SIV* to re paint 
tivpngf 

On July 1 at 6 17 r> m Mri. 
Jamei Olton. Thief River Falli. 
reported thai Mxneonc had tprav 
punied her »ooden punic table 
and hertche*. A young boy »a» 
««tacied about the damarc It will 
cott it least $25 to re paint the 
uble 

On June 30 a! 6.55 p m Win ton 
Dahlen. Thief River Falls, reported 
that sometime durinp the night 
someone scratched his vehicle 
causing $200 damafe. 

On June 30 at 4:46 p.m. Tony 
Dora Sr, Thief River Fails, report- 
ed that someone had tned to get 
inio his building located in the 400 
block of North Atlantic. T»tj small 
windows and a door were damaged. 
No entry was gained. Damarc loss 
wis estimated at $75. An anucjuc 
gas pump, valued at S200, which 
had been left outside was taken. 

On June 30 at 4:18 p.m. police 
received a report that someone had 
damaged every screen on a house 
on Crocker avenue. Damage loss 
was estimated at $240. 

On June 29 at 7:12 p.m. Jackie 
Smith. Thief River Falls reported 
that when she came home she 
found one of her rabbits dead and 
five missing. Four of the five four- 
week old rabbits were recovered in 
the area. Two boys, ages 7 and 10. 
were talked with and admitted 
being at the cage. 

On July 1 at 8:57 p.m. police 
received axrepert of a disturbance, 
A 16-year-old boy was upset and 
had slammed a door so hard that 
the door jam broke. Damage loss 
waa estimated at $15. During the 
investigation of this report, police 
learned that the youth had been 



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mar.arcf V 1* *rar <-U titl tlw 
cirar ha>k !.' I k r r-oirl and »a' 
u<mc pi'faw l)"?uJre The gill 
«a« ^nrJ U-: i1i«i-tJ:H) conduct 
TV ir. \cjt old N-. *a< alio ciieJ 
t\» divnlcrU ttxvhxi In conncc- 
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On July 5 al 2:52 p.m. Peggv 
Morcau reported that the wind- 
shield of her vehule which wa< 
parked ai Nonhwcc Medical Cen- 
ter had been smashed Damage 
lovt was cMimatrd ai S.KW. 

On /uly 5 at 1:52 a.m. a Jocat 
citiyen rrponcd that ihc large glass 
door at Valley' Dairy had been shat- 
tered with a piece of cement. Dam- 
age loss was estimated at $250. 

Burglary. On June 29 police 
received an update regarding the 
burglary reported at Sl Hilaire Ag 
Services in Thief River Falls. 
Another S350 was found missing. 
The pop machine key was found. 

Accidents. On July 2 at 7:17 
p.m. the police department received 
a report of an accident at Third and 
Atlantic avenue. According to the 
report, a car driven by Mark Patrick 
Sullivan. Thief River Falls, was 
turning left onto Atlantic avenue, 
when a car driven by Amy Dawn 
Erickson, Thief River Falls, was 
cast bound on Third street. Dam- 
ages were estimated al $700 to the 
Sullivan vehicle and $300 to the 
Erickson vehicle. 

On July 2 at 2:51 p.m. police 
received a report of an accident at 
Fourth and Horace. According to 
the report, a pickup driven by 
Duane Lee Rux, Salol, was travel- 
ing east on Fourth, arid a car driven 
by Eric William Hietala, Virginia, 
was traveling south on Horace. 



(Vi Julv * M •' 'H pn lV lVt 
lift ilqianment anriird Madnrma 
1 :»>rte t'.uMervwi. Wl. Thirf Rive? 
1 ills. f<i rnm dining ^.ile mtnt- 
v ainl. 

OnJuty 5 a* 1 *2 am ihe ihrof- 
It offite arrctied David Dnan 
MeJecn. Thief Rivet Falli. for 
UvDvatrd dnsin^ while imoitcai- 
nl 

Conujtnptioi nidrr iff. On 

Jul) 4 ai 1:52 am, a sheriff's 
ilcpartmcnt deputy observed an 
engine on a vehicle being raced. 
TTv driver was charged with ethi- 
Nlutn driving. In addition. 19- 
M-.ir-old Unan Gillespie. Thief 
Ki\cr I alls, and a 17-year-old male 
i'f Thief River Falls were charged 
wiihciTtvumpoim under tgc. 

On July 4 at 2.52 a,m. a shcnfTi 
depulv observed a vehicle with no 
uillights leasing Goodridgc. Todd 
Alan Motk, Grygla, was cited for 
i-pcn bottle. Fosir passcngen were 
tiled for consumption under age: 
Dawn Marie Hogcnson. 18. Grygla; 
Cindy Dawn Carlson. 18. Karlstad: 
Clarence Smith. 20. Grygla: and 
Jason Mix:. 20. Grygla. 

Asvaults. On July 5 at 10:22 
a.m. police received a report of i 
domestic incidcnL A female victim 
hjd red marks on her face and arm. 
Jeffrey Storhaug. 27, Thief River 
Palls, was cited for fifth degree 
assault. 

On July 6 police received a 
report of minor domestic abuse that 
happened on June 25 at about 4:30 
p.m. According'io the report, a 
female struck a male in the hand. 
Nancy Shanahan, 41, Thief River 
Falls, was cited for fifth degree 
assault and violating a restraining 
order. 

On July 3 al 5 p.m. police^ 
received a report of an assault on a " 
16-year-old boy. The youth was 
' grabbed by the shirt and pushed out 
a door backwards. Glen Sampson, 
■12. Thief River Falls, was cited for 
fifth degree assault 




In memory of Milly Dallmann, • charter member end first 
president, the Thief River Fills Quitters Guild made this "Ohio 
Star" quilt and donated rt to the Pennington county chapter of 
the American Cancer society. The cancer society chapter will 
raffle the quirt ss a fund-raiser from rts booth at the Pennington 
county fair this week. The quirt will be on display in Northern 
State Bank's facilities In. the former First Federal Savings and 
Loan association building through Thursday and at the cancer 
society's fair booth through Sunday. Holding the qultt are Julie 
Desrocher and Sue Dowers. 



Goodridge tractor pull 



Goodridgc held a kiddie tractor 
pull as part of its Fourth of July cel- 
ebration. 

The winners arc listed first to 
third place. 

Thirty lo 40 pounds: Mackenzie 
Comslock, Gcofr Satre and Michael 
Swan son. 

Forty to 50 pounds: Kccsha 
Ostby. Adam Wells and Adam John- 
son. 

Fifty lo 60 pounds: Jon Miller. 
Christine Johnson and Dane Kjono 



and Dust in Marquis lied for third. 

Sixty lo 70 pounds: Wendy Kan- 
gas. Corey Oslby and David Hagen^ 

Seventy lo o0 pounds: Dana 
Wiscth. Bradley Klcven and Bryan 
Bjcrklie. 

Eighty to 90 pounds: April 
Sioga. Mandy Sjuclstad and Alex 
Anderson. 

Ninety jo 100 pounds: David 
Halsa. Travcs Scheef and Eric Ren- 
dulich. 



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ALtrSUMMER 
CLOTHING AND SPORTSWEAR 



681-3232 



Thief River Falls 





Volume HI, Number 27 
July 7. ir«2 



The Second Section 



Unemployment in region rises 



t'ftcmplnimrM m Minnc i*>i*'t 
cenrmm* dfvf V^ment Rr{K*i I m 
north »r*irra Mrnnejtui mtrra«c by 
.^ nor cent fmm Arnl lo May, ihe 
tamt rate o( incrrate *i rvwnd for 
the rntrr Kate, according to infor- 
mation rrxeivfd from the Minne- 
sota Department of )>>**» and Train- 
ing. 

Minnesota's jobless rate 
increased from } to 5.5 per cent 
while the Region I rate increased 
from R.l to R.6 per cent. The 
national unemployment rate was *ct 
at 7.2 pa cent. 

Of the iUte'i 2.4J1.5I6 peoT' 1 *' 
in the labor forte m May. 132.815 
were out of work. For Region I the 
45.997 in the labor force included 
3.953 who were unemployed. 

Marshall and Red Lake counties 



wrrt ihe only dentin in the rr(«> 
■ ilh urvrnpiiTmerit hi(tiff than 9 1 
per trni Red Uke »ith a naif 
hi|h Ifi pri trrit and Marihall 
•ilh l?r.per(rnl Potk corftfy »«• 
i Vnc «l ** per cert - up from rrly 
7 ft per tent in Apnl. 

Penninjtton county unemploy- 
mem dipped itijhtly m fi ft per tent 
in May from R 7 percent in Apnl— 
one of only three countiei in the 
region to hive a docreaie. The oth- 
en were Red Lake— <Jown from 
17.) per cent and Marshall— down 
from lt.5 per cent. 

Kmton incttawd from 7.3 per 
cent to 7.9 per cent. Norman from 
R.l per cent to ft. 3 per cent, and 
Rovaufrom 3.9 to 4.7 percent. 

Labor force for each of the 
region'* counties in May was as fol- 



„ . w*ih the nemher unemployed 

litvd in p*rrnihe»r*: 

Kititnn. 2.7ft« (219). MartliaiL 
^ :i9 (ftVSV Norman. 4J372 037); 
i'rnnmglon. 7.21 1 (6IB); Polk, 
l^ 4CV. (l.tS*). Red L*k*. 1 JH 
(Nl I, tnA Rokm. 9/tt9 {U6). 

*ln conlraa to the second half of 
|W1 «hen the lahor force was co»- 
tracung. the »uie'l labor forte h*a 
hren rjowing quite rapidly in recent 
months.* notei R. Jane Brown, 
commiMioner of the department of 
joht and training. 

'The number of job! it alto 
growing, but only rnoderately.* *e 
laid. 'Contecjuendy. the unemploy- 
ment rale has not dropped but 
inuead remains near the same levd 
as a year ago." 




MPCA and EPA plan to inspect 
various underground tanks in MN 



Inspections arc planned at vari- 
ous undereround storage tank facil- 
ities in Minnesota this spring by the 
Minnesota Pollution Control Agen- 
cy (MPCA) and the VS. Environ- 
mental Protection Agency (EPA). 

Tanks that store petroleum prod- 
ucts or hazardous substances can 
pose an environmental an public 
health threat if they leak. Because 
of those potentia.1 threats to the 
CTvironment and health, the MPCA 
and EPA will be conducting joint 
inspections lo ensure that under- 
ground storage tank facilities in 
Minncsou arc in compliance with 
federal and state laws. 

Minnesota has more than 14,000 
active tank facilities. More than 
4,000 releases from underground 
storage tanks have been reported in 
the state. The latter figure does not 
include spills or releases from 
above ground storage tanks and 
pipelines. 

One of the most important ele- 
ments tn preventing or minimizing 
tank and piping releases is the 
requirement for leak detection sys- 
tems, says the MPCA. These 
requirements arc being phased in 



Rubber Stamps 



by the federal and ittte government 
over a five-year period from 1989 
to 1993. Currently, this require- 
ment applies to tanks and suction 
piping installed prior to 1975 and 
those installed after December 
1988. Leak detection for all pres- 
surized piping has been required 
since December 1990. 

"Implementing leak detection 
systems on underground storage 
tanks that have not been upgraded 
to meet federal and state standards 
is an effective way to minimize 
leaks from these tanks," says Gor- 
don Wcgwart, MPCA Hazardous 
Waste division manager. "For this 
reason, both the MPCA and the 
EPA acknowledge the importance 
of having good leak detection sys- 
tems in place. The Petroleum Tank 
Release Compensation board also 
recognizes the importance of leak 
detection by reducing the levels of 
reimbursement when leak detection 
requirements have not been fol- 
lowed." 

In addition to checking for leak 
detection, the inspectors will be 
checking for spill and overflow pre- 
vention, notification, corrosion pro- 



LIMO TO THE 



tcction and record keeping and 
reporting requirements, violations 
can result in the issuing of notices 
of violation and administrative 
orders containing monetary penal- 
ties. 



Kujava attends 
BSU workshop 



Leatrice Kujava of Greenbush 
participated in the child manage- 
ment workshop held at Bemidji 
State University this summer. 

Kujava, a parent and a teacher in 
the Greenbush elementary school 
system, indicated the ocvdoprnental 
techniques would be beneficial to 
incorporate in the classroom as well 
as in the home setting. 

Directed by Dr. Timothy Mar- 
lines, assistant professor of psychol- 
ogy at BSU, the workshop was a 
training program designed to teach 
social learning techniques and child 
management "Skills to parents of 
children ages three to 1 1. 



Lincoln Instrumental muitc Instructor Bruei 
Ftlt asks projtct trchlttct Griff Davtnport a 
qutttlon about tht prallmlniry floor plan 
ikttch for muite d*p*rtmtfrt at Lincoln high 
school during • miitlnp, of facilities sub- 
committati Monday avening at tha Lincoln 



physical education gymnasium. Work at tha 
Lincoln school is part of a proposed «17 to *1S 
million facilities upgrading being recommended 
to the board of education by tha citizens 
committee which has been studying local 
school district needs for some time. 



Yard wastes can't be put in landfill 



Minnesota Pollution Control 
Agency reminds crate residents that 
as of January 1, 1992. a ban on 
■ending yard wastes to landfills is 
in effect. The MPCA said ihat^ 
these plant wastes can be compost- 
ed and reused instead. 

The law that will ban bndfilling 
of yard wastes from the 80 counties 
outside the Twin Cities area was 
passed by the 19S8 Minnesota Leg- 
islature lo help save on scarce land- 
fill space and improve the efficiency 
of garbage incinerators by keeping 
yard wasics out of Minnesota's 
garbage. The same law banned ihc 
landfilling of yard wastes from the 
Twin Cities seven-county area in 
1990. 

Yard waste makes up about four 
per cent by weight (about 68,000 
tans) of the garbage discarded each 
year in the 80 counties outside the 
Twin Cities area, according to the 



1991 MPCA Waslc Composition 
Study. In the Twin Cities area, com- 
munity compost sites for yard 
wastes composted more than six per 
-Cent of the area's total solid wastes 
in 1991— a four-fold increase over 
the amount in 1989 before the ban 
went into effect, according to 
Metropolitan Council data. 

Under the statewide ban — which 
applies to households, businesses 
and institutions— grass clippings, 
leaves, weeds, and prunings may be 
composted as a way lo recycle incsc 
yard wastes back into a useful, natu- 
ral mulch, the MPCA said. These 
wastes can be composted in back 
yard compost piles and bins or at 
community compost centers. Cur- 
rently, there are more lhan 160 com- 
munity composting sites available 
in th*: 80 counties affected by ihc 
I992barrr 

A properly -prepared compost 



pile speeds up the natural decay of 
plant wastes and will nol attract 
pests or produce unpleasant odors. 
Grasi clippings can be left on the 
lawn lo eliminate the need to put 
them in a compost pile, the MPCA 
said. Residents can find out more 
about composting at home by call- 
ing the MPCA toll-free at 1-800- 
652-9747 or by calling the nearest 
MPCA regional office (Dululh - 
218/723-4660. Braircrd - 218/828- 
2492. Detroit Lake* - 218/847- 
1519. Marshall - 507/537-7146. 
Rochester -507/285-7343). 

Nol all community composting 
siles will accept tree prunings. In 
some areas, trees and branches arc 
chipped up to create, a landscape 
mulch. Christmas trees arc not 
included in the landfill ban for yard 
wastes and may be sent to a landfill 
or garbage incinerator that will 
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Wtdnatday. July I: 7 p.m. B.bla 
tudy and pr«-y*f tin* >or adult and 

Sunday. >if 12: 10 ■ " Sunday 
ttftool lof aJ agat: 11 am. Wortn'p 

Mrvtca*. nuriary availaWa. v<altof* 
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CM Palmar. SoparMaing Pastor 
Sunday. Jti'^ 12: fl am. Uorning 
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ba taiurq f» van to La** Onviaon tar 
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Sunflay. Juty 1 2: 8 a m. Uorning 
da*oi>onal hour: 0:30 a.m. Our 
Savour* wcnfiip aarwa; 3 pm. Oa* 
land Pa'X larvtca (GLann Eapa laad- 



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a^fX»ar»a/y tor Kazan and Moa»'0 
r^MxtMl tinaOd Commyn-y Mai 
tvarycna la Invnad 

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-oraNp.6«5am [Wlhany «»crVX! . " 
am f aJOi wortSp PoOoc* (Ww and 
workday at Faith and Faiir> church 
round ml rnaal alao 

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c*x*a. Sandy Hamcfcaon. hoataat. 7 JO 
p m R»b#oc* c*da. Da*orti 0^v*c* 
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FREEDOM OF OUR GREAT 

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Let's celebrate, but not forget 
We owe them a tremendous debt: 
Those men who risked their all and signed 
That piece of paper which defined 
The reasons for their great demand 
Tor Independence of our land. 
This document for all to see 
Forever lives In history; 
And yet, the freedom that we gained 
Must be eternally maintained. 
With our alertness as the cost, 
. So what they gave us won't be lost, 
The lessons of our faith portray 
The gratitude we should convey; 
To thank them for their legacy: 
Our precious land of liberty. 
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Monday, July 13: D a.m. Acadamy 
prayar hour at FtoAnn'a; 7 pm. Ondal 
thowar lor Tamara Dyrud. 



Trtnlty Luthann Cnurcti 
D. Jotft Natoon, Sanior Pastor 

Ronald Cah/art. Ataooala Pattar 

SaUrtay. Juty 11: 7 pjn. ConvTMvrr 
•rerahp at Hartz Park {banind Armory) 
wtth Pailar Roa 

Sunday. July 12: 830 a.ra Worahlp 
larlvca: BJ0 a.m. Coflaa UBoanhip; 
1030 ajn. Worthjp aafv toa (t aroadcart 
ovar cabia dwnna* 3 and KTRF)- 

Tuaaday. Juty IS: 12-noon 3rd and 
4lh gradara lanva tor Laka of lha 
Woooi abla camp from Zton Lutharan 



Faltfi Lutnaran DraOiran Church 
Gaorga Da^a. Pater 

Wadnaaday. July 8: 7-8 p.m. 
Trochman FamJy Goipal muaic con- 
carl al FaJrgrcunda. 

Friday. July 10: Youlh to attand 
-Sonanina B2* at Wllmar. 

Saturday, July 11: 7 p.m. Non- 
danomlnational worahlp aarvlca In 
Marti Park. Ftav. Ron Carvaa ipaakar. 

Sunday. July 12: 10:15 a.m. Wcrih* 
aarvtca; 1 1 JO am. FaOowthip drnnar. 

Tuaiday. July 14: 7 p.m. Million 
trlandl. 



SL John Lutharan Church 

Ml uourl Synod 

Rav. Daryi Rottichiid, Pastor 

Wadnatday, July 8: 9 a.m. Adult 

Bibla daw; 7 p.m. Board ol Slnrard- 

ihip; 8 pjn. ParUh planning council. 

Sunday. July 12: fl n.m. Wor»hlp; 
1 030 am. Farniy Bibla hour. 
. Ustan to tha Lutharan Hour aach 
Sunday at 8 a.m. on 1310 KNOX. 
Lutharan Light at 1133 a.m. on 1230 
KTRF. 

Join Day By pay with Jams aach 
avaning at 6:45 p.m. on 1260 KROX. 



Ctaarwatar Lutharan Pariah 
Evangelical Lutnaran Synod 

Thomas Rank. Paitor 
Danial Faugrtad. Pastor 
Saturday. July 11: 7 p.m. Mt. OUva 
worshrp. 

Sunday. Juty 12: 8 JO a.m. Nazarath 
worahlp: 930 a.m. Oak Park wonhlp; 
11 am St. Patrt worship. 



Black Rivar Lutharan Parish 
Luthar And arson, Pastor 

Nail Gladon, Pastor 

Dava Row, Youth Pastor 

Sunday, Juty 1 2: 930 a_m. Worship. 

Tuaiday, July 14: 8 p.m. Church 

counriL 



Joaus la King IHnlstrlaa 

[NondanomkualonaO 
Curtis Jacobson, Pastor 
Thursday. July B: 730 pm. Victory 
nlghL 

Friday, July 10:830 a.m. Prayar. "1 
Saturday, July 11: 8 p.m. Men's 
prayar maaang. 

Sunday. Jury 12: 1 030 tun. Worship 
sarvtcas; 7 p.m. Qoapol maatlogs at 
Wanan. 

Monday, July 13: B30 o_m. Prayar. 



Sllvarton Lutharan Church 

Qaorgo Davis. Pastor 

Wadnasday, July 8: 7-B p.m. 

Trochmann Family Gospel music con- 
cert at fair. 
Sunday, July 12: 8:45 o_m. Worship 

service. 



Calvary Lutharan Church 

Sl Hllalre, Mlrmesota 

Terrl Jo Ski Idum.- Pastor 

Saturday, July 11: 7 p.m. Worship In 

Hartz Park. 

Sunday. July 12: tl o_m. Worship. 
Monday, Juiy 13:7 p.m. Council. 



Oatzko-Thiaf Laka Lutnaran Parish 
United and Our Savior's 

Oatzke. Minnesota 
Robert Amundson. Pastor 
Wednesday, July 8: 8 p.m. United 
Church Women meet 

Thursday. July 9: Esther drdo meets 
at tha church. 

Sunday, July 12: 930 o.m. United 
worship services; 11 ajn. Thiol Lake 
worship services. 



Bethlehem Lutharan Church 

ELCA 

Newloiden, Minnesota 

Ulotie E. Johnston, Pastor 

Sunday, July 12: 930 a.m. Worship 

service. 



Reiner Free Lutharan 

Goodridge, Minnesota 

Del Palmar, Pastor 

Sunday, July 12: 8 a.m. Morning 

devotional hour; 11:30 a.m. Worship 

service. 



CNC Chepal^- »< 
Northwest Medical /Jont or 
George Davis, Pastor 



dining area CNC-2. 



St Paul! Lutharan Church 
Terri Jo SWIdum, Pastor 

Saturday. July 11: 7 p.m. Wo rship Irt^ 

Hartz Park. 
Sunday, July 12: 9 ajn. Worship. 



Yard wastes 
can no longer 
be landfilled 



(tV-lirJCiifroml'ifc I) 

accrpt ihcm; ho* ever, m.iny torn- 
munmri collect and chip Ihcie ueci 
alio. The MPCA recummcndi 
chcckinji *ilh your countv. City or 
townihip solid w.iiic oflici-ili to 
HrxJ out how nruninci aie h.inJlrJ 
m your area. 



Funds raised 
for Skylite 
dishwasher 



To raise funds toward the pur- 
chase or a commercial dishwasher, 
residents of Skylite Apartments in 
Thief River Fells recently held a 
croft and bake sale at the communi- 
ty center. 

The event, raised J89 1 .87 toward 
lhcS3.500goal and S350 in match- 
ing fundi were provided from 
Lutheran Brotherhood Branch 
8129. A commercial dishwasher u 
expected to enable more residents 
to participate in and clean up after 
the noon meal program. 

Residents and the branch 
expressed appreciation for public 
participation in the evem. 

Area students 
on Moorhead 
State dean's list 

Moorhead State University 
named several area students to the 
dean's list in recognition of their 
academic achievement spring quar- 
ter. Students must maintain a 3.25 
or higher grade point average and 
carry 12 credits to qualify for the 
dean's list. 

The following are students from 
Thief River Falls who made the 
deans list Tommy Albcrg, Colleen 
Belmont, Aaron Dmzek, Dona Haa- 
genson, Patricia Johnscn, Kathy 
Morris, Siri Spong, Wendy Swan- 
son, Kristo Trontvet and Aimee 
Tyler. 

Melissa Pittman and James Tros- 
ica of Goodridge also made the 
dean's list. 



Batatfrtf "Mai 



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BWtday" 

At 



r*ooia Oaorv d*jgn«ar ol Stave end 
Jul. a Olson caJaoratad h»r second 
bTMSay al fie»» home al Gryyia. Ur. 
mrd l*« Ono Sjoarud ware among fw 
-tm->y •♦« arara drmar puaala on Sun- 
day at tha Olaon home in Nicola's 

Edward and Lois Colien of Da 
Ouaon. AR. Vloti and Orto Larson ol 
Porfland, OR. and Altca Johnson o I 
Fosaton vtariad racantV at i**a Swtay 
Ertefcaon homa wsfi Edward, VWa and 
Aica's sritar, Ethai Johnson. 

Saturday. Juna 27th. Edward and 
Lo>a CoJson. Viola and Orto Larson, 
Mem Johnson. Etna* Johnson. Stanley 
Enchson, and Clifford Johnson end 
Uanon. and OrvUta Hougen ol Fosaton 
•nioyad a school reunion of the Hough 
school ot Langby. at tha Laglon In 
Langby. Ethal Johnson, and sisters, 
V-oU. Alice and Morton, and brother, 
Edward ware among the ona thousand 
children who had attended the first 
through eighth grade school at Langby 
years ago. 

Stanley Enckson, Ethal Johnson end 
Clftord Johnson were dnner and sup- 
per guests with Ethel's family, al tha 
Marion and Orvllla Haugen homo at 
Fotslon on Sunday. 

Thursday evening Mr. ond Mrs. 
Edgar Millar brought birthday greetings 
to Marl Lou Anderson who celebrated 
her birthday, Juna 26th, and Garrot! 
Anderson, who wit bo oiovon wsors old 
on July 7. Marl Lou served birthday 
caka In their honor, and also In honor 
of Edgar and Dorothy Millar's waddng 
anniversary, and Dorothy's birthday, 
June 28. 

Mr. and Mrs. David Slulostad and 
lamBy, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Miller and 
family visited at tha Richard and Judy 
Miller home on Thursday evening. Mr. 
and Mrs. Carl Elg visited at the Richard 
Millar homa Monday evening. 

Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Mller visited at 
the Richard Millar homa on Friday 
evening. 

Mr. and Mrs. Otto Slgerud visited 
with Carrie Hermanson, and Kormlt 
Berg at the Valley Homa ana day last 

Dora Vraa and Harry and Mable 
Slgerud visited with Come Hermanson 
on Thursday. ~ 

Edgar and Dorothy Mller spent sev- 
eral days at tha "Farm Fast" at Tabor, 
In observance ot their 35th wadding 
anniversary ond Dorothys birthday. 

Monday Edgar and Dorothy Miller 
were coffee guests at the ErJale and 
Inga Hanson noma at Fosston. Ruthle 
Rustod was also a coffee guest at the 
Hanson home. 

Tor'Lelf Brekke of Norway, who Is 
spending several weeks with his sister, 
fva Wells, and husband, Jm and fami- 
ly, spent a low days at the Andy and 
Carol Wells homa at Bomkfjl Saturday, 
Jim and Iva went to get him and they 
toured tha Laka of tha Woods area. 

Sunday evening, Jim, Iva and 
ToCLelf visited at the Bernard and Vir- 
gle Welts home. 

Monday, Jim, Iva and Tor'Lelf spent 
the day with Yvonne Pederson visaing 
and touring !he_ccuntrY._ 



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Senior Meals 



St. Nilftir* 

Vrajr nttriuwi (nmnr s platf for 
mrati ar>1 ir.frrmhtvtft o« orrvtsra 
Ira nldrr wlulli 

u^aviav J»i» M lAMn.v nc 

MC \l il.lairr Psrl at ^ W p m 
llamhurfrtSn. rrijan aalsd. hoard 
r*sni. wstrrmrlon. milk, homr- 
nuaV t hnt olatr < hirt < nrkt 

Wrdr.ri3ay. July IV Meticsn 
harnSwrfrr urw. torn chip*. ma«- 
dsnn nrsn|c (tlilin. celery slick 
■ smith, cninmrsl molfm/msr- 
fanne, fmrm ^■ofurt. milk. 

Friday. July 17: Rosit beef. 
maihed pouioc a. grsvy. CaJifomia 
blcrvj. hrtad.'marjarinr;. ice ciram 
tundaf. milk. 

Volunu^rs arc needed for Mon- 
day. Wcdncsdiv and Fnday. 

tne second Monday of the month 
»iU be the buihdjy party. 

Lutheran Social Service center's 
nutrition pmtjam will lerve meals 
al the St. Hi Lure Senior Center on 
Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays 
except holidays. Serving befini at 
12 noon. Reierviiions are to be 
made two days in advance. For 
reserraiioru call 964-523 1 between 
II am. and 1 p.m. 

Meals On Wheels 

Monday. July 13: Pork cutlet 
w/jrravy, seasoned noodle*. French 
style green beans, mixed fruit, 
pound cake, whest bread w/mar- 
garine, milk. 

Tuesday, July 14: Turkey divan, 
escalloped potatoes, seasoned peas, 
strawberry gelatin w/fniit cocktail 
and lopping, white bread w/mar- 
garinc, milk. 

Wednesday. July 15: Swedish* 
meatballs w/gravy, steamed pota- 
toes, peas and carrots, apple cobbler 
w/lopping, wheat bread w/mar- 
garine, milk. 

Thursday, July 16: Sliced ham. 
whipped potatoes w/gravy. seasoned 
spinach, vanilla ice cream, white 
bread w/Vnargarine, milk. 

Friday. July 17: Baked fish 
w/Iemon sauce, later lots, seasoned 
peas and carrots, banana cream 
(fesscrt. wheat bread w/margarine. 
milk. 

Meals on Wheels will deliver 
meals Monday through Friday 
including holidays. For more infor- 
mation, call 68 1-4336 or 68 1-6861. 

Thief River Falls 

Your nutrition center: a place for 
meals and information on services 
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Thursday. Jely 1f>: Baked Kam. 
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rsasin salad, hsra^'rnarijnne, wun- 
melon dice. milk. 

Friday, July 17: Roait beef. 
mashed potatoes, gravy. California 
blend. brtadAnariatlne. Ire cream 
sundae, milk. 

Lutheran Social service center 
nutrition program will serve mealt 
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except holidays. Serving begins at 
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gravy, mashed potatoes, buttered 
carrots, bread/butter, ice cream, 
milk. 

Thursday, July 9: Hamburger 
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apple crisp, milk. 

Friday, July 10: Hot dog on a 
bun. potato chips, pork and beans, 
pickles, pear halves, milk. 

Monday. July 13: Homemade 
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bread/butlcr, cranberry sauce, apple 
crisp, milk. 

Tuesday. July 14: Homemade 
chicken rice, saltines. egg salad 
sandwiches, pickles, pear halves, 
milk. 

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salad. w/Vallcy dressing, brearJJbut- 
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Happy Fourth of July to everyone! 

On Thursday Edyth Solbarg and 
Roger drovo to Pryrriouth, where they 
visited at tha Larry Solbarg homa. 

Rhonda Haugen, Jena and Jamie 
Dohlen visited on Monday' evening at 
tha Randy Downs home. 

Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Nelson, Brando 
Molstad. Brandon and MaHhew were 
Father's Day dinner guests at the 
Clarence and Mae Nelson home In 
Thief River Falls. 

Marilyn Simmons and Tracy Dick- 
ovick ot Plymouth, visited at tha Harry 
Johaneson home ot rural Qrygla on 
Saturday. 

Mr. and Mrs. Larry Srnsky and 
Mitchell visited on Wednesday evening 
at the Kenny Coan home. 

Mr.-and-Mra.-AI-Swanoon,-Karlr- 

Aaron and Michael were Sunday 
evening visitors at the Aldon Hyland 
>. home. 

Mr. and Mrs. Norman Anderson, and 
Mr. and Mra. Orris Olson ot OWee trav- 
eled to Ctarkfield where they attended 
the funeral of Johannes Anderson. 
Sympathy is extended to Johannes' 
family. 

Frank Srnsky ot St Hllalre visited on 
Sunday evening with Margie and 
Kenny Coan. 

Jesse Anderson visited on Wednes- 
day evening at ihe Orvln Anderson 
home. t 

Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Rod- 
ney Hoffman, Allssa and Lacey, Mr. 
and Mrs. Brian Kellogg and Kristen of 
Peru, MA. and Mr. ana Mrs. John Hoff- 
man were supper guests and visitors a) 
' the Roger and Coteen Hoffman home. 

Paul Srnsky, and Mr. and Mra., 
Lawrence Srnsky left on Friday where 
they visited until Monday at the Arlln 
ana Angle Sanders of Embarrass. 

Brenda Molstad, and Brian Nelson 
brought Father's Day greetings to theli 
dad, Kenny Nelson orr Sunday after- 



Mrs. John Hoffman and Mrs. Brian 
Kellogg hosted a product party at the 
Hoffman home on Wednesday after- 
noon wrth a number of ladles attending 
and enjoying coffee. 



I 
■ Arkansas Trip! 

June 8th, Emost and Lots Swanson 
were ovornlght guests of John and 
Anita Plotfla of Laka Park. 

Early on Juna 0. tha Plotllas and 
Swansons left on a ten-day trip to 
Arkansas. An evening visit wa» made 
ol the Harold Souths o\ Hun, IA, where 
his lovely Iris, peony and rose garden 
was admired. The travelers spent 
overnight In Council Bluffs, NE, where 
they anondod the dog rocoe. Many 
points of IntarasLwerajrteltad. Including, 
tha Harry Truman Library and Museum 
In Independence, MO, and later his 
birth place In Lamar, MO. Thr 



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by Rosic Thomas: This novel is a 
tale of mothers and daughters, pas- 
sion and purpose, friendship and 
betrayal, revenge and redemption as 
the main character, Harriet Peacock, 
seeks to transform her life after 
encountering a major crisis in her 
life. 

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starts out with a phone call to the 
main character from a private eye 
wlto claims he has information 
about her biological father. Before 
she can get a name, he is murdered 
and she is left with two plane tick- 
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linc. 

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Clarence Nelson nrtended a Heden 
family reunion 6n Saturday at Detroit 
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Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Thoraldson, Ash- 
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Dorlene Anderson, and Mr. and Mrs. 
Oe Wiskow attended the wedding and 
reception of Michelle Hdndrickson and 
Kent Janlcke at the Faith Lutheran 
church and community. Congratula- 
tions to you, Michelle and Kentf 

Olive Rehm. Darlene Anderson, and 
Donna Pornow spent the day In Grand 
Forka on Thursday. 

Mr. end Mrs. Kevin Thoraldson, Ash- 
ley, Bethany, Josh, and Kaylo, Mr. and 
Mrs. Richard Tharoldson, Rondy Thor- 
aldson, Mr. and Mrs. GocryTharaldson, 
Breonno. Mr. ond Mrs. Tlm-Schuler, 
Notion and. Nicholas ol Forgo, end 
Nicole Thoraldson were all supper 
guests on Saturday evening at the 
Richard and Yvonne Thoraldson homa. 

On Friday evening Edythe Sofberg, 
.^Roger Solera, and KaMy ; Solbarg wara 



and National Park In Missouri. The 
Weston Historical Museum In.tbe town 
of Weston, MO, was toured oa welt as 
antique shops. An early morning tour of 
"Precious Moments Chapel" and muse- 
um In Carthage, MO. was very Interest- 
ing. All chape) pointings were designed 
and painted by Sam Butcher. The 15 
stained glass windows were designed 
by his sister In Connecticut. An 
overnight stop was In Branson, MO, 
where the Prelllos and Swansons 
attended the Roy Clark' show. On Fri- 
day, June 12th, they traveled south Into 
the Ozark region, more specifically the 
Boston Mountains, to Marshall, AR. 
Many relatives gathered at the Sunset 
Motel on Friday ond Saturday. Satur- 
day evening June 13, everyone attend- 
ed the wedding of Clair R. Jones, and 
Albena Mayes Wallace at the Baptist 
church, followed by a reception and 
dance in the schoolhouse. Mr. and Mrs. 
Buck Mayes entertained guests In their 
borne In Marshall. The bridal couple is 
living In Boeme, TX, where Clair is a 
corrosion engineer. Enroute home the 
Pletelas and Swansons attended a 
Monday night Twins/Royals baseball 
game at the Metrodome. 

' Mrs. Gall Brunston of San Diego, 
CA. Is spending a weak with Ernie and 
-Lols-Swanson.-dune 25 through July - 
5th. Gall came, for her 50th class 
reunion En Goodridge. Gail end Lois ore 
sisters. 

Gal Brunston, Ernie and Lois Swan- 
son were overnight guasta June 27. at 
tha Sharon and Royal Knuteon summer 
cottage on Strawberry Lake, east of 



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Saturday Cory Marquis waa an 
overragM guetl at the Rk*y BferWie 
home. 

Mr. and Mrs. Lowel flaw eat. of Thief 
fuvar Fells war* vtenors and cortee 
guests at tna Uarta H aeieth horn* on 
Uorkday evenfrtg. 

Mar* Kuzniaof Coon Rapid* was a 
vHitor at fft* Agna* EkMb** homa on 
Saturday. Than lal*r that day Ja/ad 
E>deloea accompanied Hank Kuinie 
back homa to spend * couple of 
weeks. 

Frtday vlaJtora and coffee guests at 
the G*rter Uandarud horn* war* John 
and Sada 0*rt*t»on ot OryoM. 

Mr*. Q*n* Marquli, Cory, Uagan 
and Andr** and Mra. Banra* Johnaon 
wara callara at tt* Jm Aakr* home In 
Qaartrook on Uonday arlamoon. 

Mr. and Mrs. Vernon tvaraon war* 
vttftors and oorla* gu«ats at tft* Arm* 
Kri*l horn* Monday averting. 

Edwin SM«e»° ol ThJ*7 Rtvw Fafia 
waa a viaitor and coBa* guest at the 
Gilmer Mandanid home on Sunday 
oitamoon. 

Friday caJlars at th* Oan* Marquis 
hom* w*r* Lisa Qualay. JuiUn and 
Ucda and Mr. and Mrs. Bannl* John- 
Mr. and Mrs. Palmar Lov^war* vtsi- 
tors and oofle* guests at th* Mildred 
Hovat hom* during the weak. 

Mrs. Buddy Watn* ol Gully was a 
visitor and coltee gu*st at th* Lorraine 
Warn* horn* on Sunday. 

Mrs. Oar *nc* Johnaon was a visitor 
and supper guest atth* J*an Johnson 
homa on Friday evening. 

Jason Naasath was an overnight 
guest at th* Jean Johnson hom* on 
Saturday and Sunday. 
_. Vbttors and coda* guests during the 
weak at th* B*nnl* Johnson hom* 
war* Arl*n* Hytand, Mrs. Gen* Mar- 
quis and Ingofl Bakkan. 

Monday aflarnoon Mr. and Mra. Jack 
Johnsrud were visitors at tna Bonnie 
JohntAJd home. 

Anna Krlal sp 
Thursday visiting at tha Bruc* Krlal 
home hD*vUe Lake, ND. 

Sunday Mre. Ricky BJerkile, Kelly 
and Emfly, and Don Moan and Kama 
war* callers at the Gene Marquis 
hom*. 

Lorrah* Watn* visited wfth Theado- 
n Anderson on Friday night. 

Saturday evening visitors and sup- 
per guests at the Jean Johnson homa 
were Jason Naeseth, and Mrs. 
Ctarenc* Johnson. 

Mr. and Mrs. David SjUestad, Shan- 
non, Robyn and Adam ware visitors at 
the Dicky Miller hom* on* day during 

Saturday afternoon visitor! and sup- 
par guests at the VTc Mortenson homa. 
of Warren war* Mr. and Mrs. Obert 
Hovet, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hovet 
and fomly ol Havre, MT. Dawn Thomp- 
son and ramlly ol Alvarado, Stove 
Mortenson ot Bemldjl, and Kris Morten- 
son ot Moorheed. 



awaM at IS* Altrad 'varan* he>"t* on 
lAondey a'w'wn 

rrtday afternoon Jaao JoTr^cn and 
Uonca wtsriad wR*i 0»pa j</m*oo at 

f* OrC tn ThM* n»v*r t ■•« 

rnowy K*nna*i Mow* w*r* to War 
ran to m**i N* w"a and larwy. hrxwa 
guvatt al isa Vtc Mort*r>aon homa In 
Mfarran T>*en on Monday, ts* kartnaf 
Hovat tairiily laH tor tKa.r homa in 
HeM-e. UT 

Ui and Mti Wall* Silted and 

Krvktaugntara, KM &or»*U. ware via 
• and oo«** gu*«li at r>a Rorw* 
Ko*ba homa last Saajrday *vanlng 

Jaan Johnaon. Jaawo*. UdS*»* and 
Monica, and Urt Clarence Johnion 
war* ceJart at fSa Dev* Naaaafi homa 
aarty W*dn*aday morning 

Kann*«h Hovat of Havre. MT. was a 
ifnnar gu*M el t*a Oban Hovel home 
on Thursday. Kenneth waa also an 
Dvemtgre. pu**t t>ere ffwd same night 

Fnoay Mr. and Mrs. Vernon tvaraon 
want to Mobtng_ to vtalt at t»e Harvey 
Haugan home. Than lata* Mr. and Mrs. 
Vernon rvarson and Mr. end Mrs. Her- 
v*y Haugan went to Coon Rapkts. u 
vtalt at tM Mean EUson home over Bie 



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Late Thursday evening, Mrs. 
Ctarenc* Johnson was a visitor and 
lunch guest at th* Jean Johnaon homa. 

Tuesday night Mra. Howard 
Skiestad and Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Nef- 
•on w*r* vtsnors at the Ronnie Kotrbe 



Joyce Solberg was an overnight 
, jest at tie Larry Kotroa home on Sat- 
urday. Joyce a/to spent the dey on 
Sunday at ffw Larry Kotrbe home. 

Kory ChervMtad of rural Okie* was 
a cafler at th* CfiRord Johnsrud horn* 
on Monday morning. 

Mrs. Clerence Johnson visited by 
phone wtfi Ellen Hotthusen ot Thorhun 
on Friday morning. 

Mrs. Men* Naetefli visited by phone 
with her daughter. Joann Naeseth ol 
BcrnidH on Tussday rnorning. 

Friday evening Mr. end Mrs. Norman 
Adams attended the weddUvg tor Nor- 
man's nl*c*. Renae Adams, and Rick 
Hanson, held at the CatfvaOc church in 
Reynolds, ND. Then later that evaning 
Mr. end Mrs. Norman Adams attended 
the reception and dance held at the 
River Bend Country club in East Grand 
Forks. 

Visitors and lunch guests at the 
Obert Hovet home on Thursday after- 
noon were Mr. and Mrs. Wlllam Stone 
and Dawn Rathammer, Bobby and 
Danny of Champtln. 

Sunday visitors and supper guest* 
at the Ronnie Kotrba home were Mr. 
and Mrs. Ardell Sherry ohColorado, 
Defcert Sherry ot Warren, Mr. and Mrs. 
Bob MWavtc and Aric of Detroit Lakes, 
and a Mend, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Kotrba. 
Gena, Melnda and Mcky, Mr. and Mr*. 
UaiUn Kotrba, Jennifer and Jason, Mra. 
Norman Adams and Darin. 

Mayme Johnson spent Thursday 
afternoon visiting at the Jim Johnson 
home. Mayme was also a supper guest 
at the Jim Johnson home that same 
evening. 

Wednesday afternoon Mrs. David 
Sjulestad ana Robyn were visitors at 
vie Lois Smith home. 

Mra. Marlln Kotrba, Jennifer and 
Tiara were visitors and coffee guests at 
the Larry Kotrba home on Wednesday 
evening. 

Monday evening Jean Johnson and 
Monica were visitors and coffee guests 
at the Metfe Naeseth home. Jason 
Naeseth returned home with them, 
after spending from Saturday until 
Monday evening visiting at the Jean 
Johnson home. 

Mr. and Mrs. David Sjulestad, Shan- 
non, Robyn and Adam were visitors 
and coffee guests at ttie Bruce BJerkile 
horn* on Sunday afternoon. 

Mr, and Mrs. Art Gustafson of River 
.Valley were visitor* and lunch guests at 



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Ur and Mti Jim Jr>hnton end 
Uayw Johnaon vlaaa d wen Oarenoe 
Johnaon et f»e Veteran a Mo*p»t*J tn 
t arm on Monde* Ngnt 

rVriey Ur and Mrs Owe fkebenj 
and Krtetan vtaNed •* Wefi Uoae>ern 
m fta Uoatvn term h HkSury 

VMAyt end oofee rjueett during ffva 
waa* at fie Hanrord Holtland home 
war* Urt OaJen Engluntf of ru'el 
arypie. Crrtitar SoO>*»g and C«v*r 
Honied of Trei. 

Jeasroa. Uiohee* and Monica were 
««An at t»e Lomame Weana home on 
Tut* day eOamoon 

Sunday eflernoon Jean Johnson. 
Jaasica. Miohele and Monk*. Jason 
Maaiefi end Mayme Johnson vtsHed 
wnh Ctarenea Johnaon at th* Veteran's 
Hoeprtef h Fargo. 

WUe Venleeon vtth*d wtth Randy 
Johnsrud et the Clayton Johnsrud 
home a couple ol times during the 

SaJurday raght Mr. and Mrs. Bruc* 
SotjanjandKristten war* gueeta ettfw 
Arten Elllngson cabin in Olen. They 
alao hetoed J» Ewngaon c*4ebrata her 
brtvJay tvat seme day. Jal b from Fort 
Lewti. TX. Happy BWhday. J*. 

Mrs. Tkn Lundeen end Alssa were 
vtaftors et the Qery Johnaon home on 
Tnursdasy evening. 

Sunday Mrs. Leonard Johnaon waa 
a visitor at the Kefy DoNen hom*. 

Visitors on Sunday at th* Qa/y 
Johnaon home were Vincent Lundeen, 
Roble and Katie. Mrs. Mitch Marquis. 
Erica and Justin of Foeston, Mrs. Eddy 
Stjcy and Atxrt Johnson. 

Jessica and Monica were oversight 
guests at thee- grandparents home, the - 
Ctarenc* Johnsons on Monday night 

Saturday Eh/a Redler, Marion Mar- 
quis and Marty* Johnsrud went to th* 
quHt show, the Pine Tre* Patch Work- 
ers Quilt In Bralnerd. Then on tiek way 
hom* they also stopped In Park Rapid* 

Mr. and Mrs. Bob Johneon and ftw- 
anne ot Andover visited on Saturday 
afternoon and Sunday forenoon wtth 
Clarence Johnson, at the Veteran's 
Hospital In Fargo. 

Thursday evening Mrs. Gary John- 
son visited at the Glen Knott home In 
Thief River Fails. Mra. Johnson alto, 
made the acquaintance of Alyahla 
Uichefe, ttie new daughter ol the Glen 
Knotts. 

Mrs. Clayton Johnsrud visited with 
Mrs. Dick Marquis In Ofdee on Friday. 

Monday Mrs. Bruc* Solberg and 
Krlitfan visited with relative* at Ofstad 
Acre* near Grygla. 

Sunday afternoon Mrs. Gary John- 
son attended the beby shower for Trent 
Kyle, eon of Lane* end Deb Kohtmey- 
er, held at the Senior Center Yn 
Goodridg*. 

Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Johntrud went 
to Lakota, ND, on Sunday to vtslt wtth 
Mr. and Mr*.' Chart** Reynolds at a 
nursing horn* In Lakota, Other visitors 
were Mr. and Mr*. Warren Grlnde of 



Ted Baslcek of Fargo. They all spent 
the afternoon visiting with everyone. 

Tuesday morning Jean Johnson, 
Jessica, Michelle and Monica were 
breakfast guests at th* Ctarenc* John- 
son home. 

Visitors at the Gary Johnson homa 
on Friday evening were Jerry Surrsdahl 
and Heather, Mr. and Mrs. Gena Arva- 
son, Bryan and Craig and Ron Stucy. 

Joan Johnson and Je**lca and 
May/ne Johnson and Agnes Elde&es 
were visitors and coffee guests at tha 
Darwin Eldelbes home on Tuesday 
afternoon. 
. Tuesday afternoon Mm. Bruce Sol- 
berg and Kristlan were visitor* at the 
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Sjulestad home on Monday morning. 
. Dove Naeseth was a visitor and din- 
ner guest at his parent* home, the 
Merle Naeseths on Tuesday. 

Saturday evening Mr. and Mra. Nor- 
man Adams visited their old neighbor*. 
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Hussey of East 
Grand Forks. Mr. and Mrs. Norman 
Adams tfved In East Grand Forks for a 
fsw years before coming to tha 
Goodridge area. 

Agnes Eldelbes and grandson. 
Jored Eldelbee. Mr. and Mr*. Martin 
Kotrba. Joe Phillpp, Dale Slettan, and 
Mr. and Mr*. Larry Kotrba and Nicky 
were visitors and coffee guests at the 
Ronnie Kotrba home on Saturday. 

Mr. and Mrs. David Sjulestad. Shan- 
non, Robyn and Adorn were visitors at 
the Jock Miller home on Sunday night 
- Monday Gilmer Manderud was a 
caller at the Larry Kotrba home. 



Wednesday afternoon Joan John- 
son, Jessica, MlcheBe and Monica, and 
Mayme Johnson were visitors and cof- 
fee guests at the Men* Naeseth home. 

Debbie Hanson, Angle end 
Stephanie ol Thief River Falls were 
brief visitors "at the Ronnie Kotrba 
home on Sunday evening. 



the Darwin Eldelbes home on Tuesday 
evening. 

Thursday evening Mrs. Clayton 
Johnsrud was a vliltor at the Roger 
Nelson home. 

Jessica end Mkhele Johnson were 
overnight guests at their grandparents 
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Emer*on Itom Hotlcon, Wl, Mr. and 
Mrs. Curtis Emerson of Wotverton were 
•upper guests at overnight guests. 

Spending Friday to Sunday at Vye 
and Ray Ncrgaard were Mill Bogne and 

Mr. and Mra. Lowell Naaseth of Thlei g*!™S. H {J ,n E? Jhl, J C "?ift ,r t , ? m 
River Fails and Mr. and Mr*. Merle *£"""?:' ^' ftH« d o™eb»«"j 

"' * - ■- trio Norgaard of Webster, also called 

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Mrs. viiorvnce jonnson visuwa uy t^. ^LL\ "-"."""L^ *";hVO weou Visit- 

phon. with h.r .on.*.^ Johraon o'l 'S'^JZ"!^' ""T! •.""""' 1 

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Norman Kit* w«. vliitora and ootlaa %WJ%2 »» and W«id Irom TW at 

guaflls at tha Vamon rvarson noma. rwwrana. 

Mr. and Mm. Otiaro Hovat attandad Howard and Vlorin Johmon ol 

tha Carl Mortanaon auction aala ol Shoravlow ware Friday ovarnloht 

Warran on Saturday guasts at Esthar RulKowskl's. They 

Saturday night vliitora and auppar oame lor Howard', All-School reunion 

nuaiti at the Honnla Kotrba home at Crookaton (UMC) and Howard was 

ware Mr. and Mra. Arvld Slstadol also one ol the speakers at the dadlca. 
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wara Mr. and 
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Sunday Mrs. Larry Kotrba. Gena Plague on Saturday, June 27, al Ihe 
nd Mellnda took Amle Kotrba and UMCatCrookiton. 

Michael Fore ol Oklaa and Ben 



and Mellnda took Amle kotrba and 



Joyce Solberg to Lake ol the Woods Mlohaa Fore ol Oklee ond Ben 
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guests at th* Obert Hovet home were ■ Mrs. Bruoe (Carol) Johnston ol 

ftr..arxf Mrs. Otaf Siolaas ol River Vat- Ctetakanle, OR, came on Friday, June 

[X: ■ „ 26 to Grand Forks, her cousin, Betty 

- ^Kyte rvarson of l^alocl( spent a cou- *±'0- "•* h" °> »"• "'iPO" ™<* 

pie of days vllltlng whh; hrt grandpar- brought her.to her parental home, the. 

Srits, the Vernon tversons. FJoya iBerp*. Ann Coksa of Mcintosh 

Saturday afternoon Dave Naeseth also vlsltedFridoy at the Bergs. -. 

and Jean Johmon wen* visitors at the Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Emerson, WUto 

Clarence Johnson home. ' Emerson, Le* Emerson and Ellis 

Shannon and Allssa Lundeen were. Handy were to the Hog* School 

visitor* and supper guests at their rtwion In langby on Saturday, 

grandoarerrta home, the Clifford JohrKT "£"* Solen li .here i visiting with N» 

snic^on Sunday night mother. Mrs. Mildred Sotlen^TrVednes- 

.. _, t " „ , L day evening they vtsHed with Otto and 

Friday-atfeniMmMre;^ 

was a vl eltor at the Mildred Hovet SeWrday visitors at the Floyd Bergs 

homer _ and to vlsfr with Carol were Betty Berg 

Anna Kriel was a visitor and coffee ^ pn«j Qmrf Forks, iShirfs Rlngstaff] 



Corky and Pom fling stod of Coon 
Rapids. 

Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Rouland and 
family from Crownsvllle, MD, spent a 
weerTvlaltlng his mother, Mre. Ethel 
Rouland, and sister, Darlene, also with 
the'Duone and Bob Rouland families, 
and other relative*. Then they went to 
HIIIsboro,'ND, to visit ht* wileV rela- 
tive*. Their son, Aaron, has been 
accepted at the Naval Academy in 
Maryland. 

Callers at the Arnold (Corky) and 
Pam Rlngstad home after Sunday 
morning church service* were Carol 
Johnston ot Clatskanle, OR, Edwin 
Haugen, Details Rlngstad and Esther 
Rutkowski. They bought the former 
Setmer Sorby home, so they ar» so 
busy "remodeling "if, with the help rol " 
Undo Edwin Haugen, they are doing 
fine. "Honeymoon Cottage'ls gatttng a 
new look. I named It that since so many 
young couples lived there. Including 
me. I am happy to see ft restored. Pam 
served us dessert and coffee for the 
first time in her home. 
— Mr»-AUce..Forsberg.and Mra, Tlll.ej.__ 
Stevenson from Colorado who Is stay- 
ing up at Cteorbrook and visiting In the 
area, went over to Bemldjl on Sunday 
to visit with Alice's sister, Marie Kill- 



Maja, Jessie Grorud, Mr. and Mrs. Bob 
Handy, and Effle Handy were supper 
guests on Sunday at tha Mytes Olson 
cabin at Upper Bottte Lake. 

Sunday dinner -guests at the Floyd 
Berg* were Corky and Pam Rlngstad 
ot Coon Rapids, Carol Johnston of 
Clatskanle, OR. and Detoris Rlngstad. 
Carol wilt be leaving on Thursday--. 
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wtr. e l*m*r vrw at fw Ba*t Weal 
am Preaeni ware th* honored court*. 
cnildtan CmHy and Jo* Walla el 
Hacienda HMghts, CA. Larry Roeae 
atto of C**eotT*a, f3a«y and Derrsfl of 
Orta Pv**. Dorvsld and Cheryl Puea* 
of Streemwood. tL. Oana and K*n 
Thomaa ot forgo, and Judy end Aaron 
Or**r. also of Fargo. prendched« an, 
Oary end Cindy Weeje. Ju»e * 
Tracy Rom*. Joy and Bwane 
Sonr* and A*g*a Oraar, afao bro»»ef. 
D*oh and Ruih N*t*m*m. Chuck and 
Cindy Neumann ot S0wet*r. Dannrt 
and Ftan** faawmenn of PtoaavS*. Bel 
and Catw Carlton. Ueetea. 0«y and 
STvswn. Dan and Mart** CerHcn. Kan 
end IJUut el of a Paul. f*en Qaieman. 
Chaftaa end Edna Hi ef (>xJgavala. Hanv Certaon and Dorit Virioaan si of 
I came on Tr-jr*d*y to vialt her a**- St. Paul. Ron end Laura Porcefto ot 
tar, Avlt Frellend, and brothers. St«wa**r. Den and Phyll* N**mann of 
Nauben and Ovtlle Sorenson. and Rotevllle. Son. Don Roeta. wet 
other ratafva*. They w*r* rvouaegu««tt Emoe* tor th* *nr**r. 
ot th* Sor*n*on brothers unci they l*ft On Sundey efternoon a public 
lor th*» home on Tuesday morning. reception wat given for Otvel and 

Thursday t upper guattt of Orval Dorothy by their six children et tha 
and Dorothy Roate were Emily and — 
Jo* Wetie of Had*nda Heights. CA. 
Oary end Ctndy Wefle, also of Califor- 
nia. Larry Roate of La Puette. CA. 
Donald and Chan^ Rom* ol Str**n> 
wood. tL. and Dick and Ruth Neurnann 
ofOaorgk- 



Tha ?Orh btrthoay of Dab Foi waa 
c«l*br*iad si th* hom* of her parents. 
Don and 6he» Foi on Tuesday 
evening Ouetta ware Burton end 
Joyce Cartecn. Paula end Jaaon Cater. 
Bool Ore***, and fSe Tom Oreafta tern 
ffy of Ttaaf R(v*r Felt. OUdyt Ftoeten 
and Connie Hughe* 

Dick end Ruth Neumann of 
Lawrancavllle. OA. were luncheon 
guattt at th* home of hit altte 
Dorofhy end Orvaf Roaa* lest 



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Ptumrnar Hal. Gpedal guett thar* was 
Lillian Fournlar and h*r husband 
Keough. at Lillian had served es 
Dorothy's bridesmaid SO yeert ago. 
Merry other friends gathered from St. 
HUaire. Thief River Falls, Red Lake 

Fails. Deer River. Gatike and Pium- 

Jena Robbins end Eleanor Lynn ol rner. On display was a guDt made by 

Pine City were houteguett* of Don daughters, Judy and Diana, using 

and Shar Fox on Friday end fSeturday. rrue&oiored hsnds as the design wtth 

tn their honor Burton end Joyce Carl- th* cnttdren end gwdchOdron's names 

son hosted a ftsh try at noon on Satur- on each block. The couple received 

day wtth other guettt. Merfn end Judy meny cards and gifts. A special gift 

Carlton, Don. Shar, David and Dab came In the wey ol a phone call on 

Fta. Jason and Paul* Carlson. Saturday from grandson. Tarry Ro*t*. 

Joe and Emily Wetje, Gery end who Is stationed In Germany, and 

Cindy Watje end Larry Roate. all of unable to attend. A vary hk* event for 

California, Orval and Dorothy Roate a very nice couple. CongratJatJonsI 

toured the Lake Itasca and Bemldjl 

areas on Friday. 

Deiphln* Claussen of Stratford. CT. 

arrived at the home of her mother, 

Louise Bertels, on Saturday to spend a 

couple of weeks here visiting with 

many relatives end friends. 
Cnarlet and Edna HIM, and Avis 

FroOand visited cousins, Helen Soren- 

son. AJvtn Under, and Stsfla Larson on 

Saturday afternoon. 
Rick, Artene and Ging*r Froiland left 

on Friday to spend the weekend with 

their daughter, Kerry, In Elendale, ND, 

returning on Sunday. 

Several from Plummer Including 

Helen and Loren LaFayette and Effle 

Vtgttol attended the golden wedding of 

Leonard end Eleanor Hodgson of Tar- 

rebonne on Seturday afternoon. 
Mr. and Mr*. Ellsworth Mllllgan 

accornpanled by Charlotte Leinlng, vis- 

rud with B*tty Overland In th* Fertile 

nursing horn* on Saturday. 



Falls Decorator* recently r»c lived • Mori 
Progress iwird from thi Thltl Rlvir Fills 
chamber o* commerce imbantudors. Sharon 
ind Rogif Fortbarg optntd thilr ntw trton 
located it 104 East Second ttfrwt In TTtW River 
Fills In Mireh. Thi itort iuppH« Pittiburtjb 
Pilnti, paint fuppliit ind i^ovltffri cutrtom miit- 
Ing ol colon, carpeting, cinmlc ind wood 
flooring, window blinds, willpiper md sup- 



plies. Intirior cWircrns and inttetatrtiofi by pro- 
fltsioniri. Thi ston h orjajrt from UO aun. to 
5:30 p.m. Monday through FrifUry. from «V30 
a.m. to 8 p.m. Trtursdiy night, and from 9 «.m. 
to 2 p.m. on Sitwdayt. Ch«mb«f amoMt^dors 
Olff Linon (leftj and Jim Hokt (right) txtmot- 
id the award to Sha/on and Roger Ftxsberg 
last week. 



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Oklee JETs 
place first 
in state 

The Junior Enrirwrfrma Tram 
OTTO from Oklre kift. *<homl 
pUnr- f nt ailhc ttatr <* Mrtfttanta 
biviuon I compajtaon (Divinrai I 
include* tchoolt jradoatina 40 or 
leu ttuoVnu pct year.) Thry alio 
placed secrmd « the futxnal enro- 
peutann. comprtini with 30 stairs. 

The tuic test consisted of tests in 
su areas: computer, biology. 
Eojtlish. phyncs. cbenliitry and 
mathematics. The National ten 
conmted of eleven enjtineenne 
rauhirmt that had to he compl.-ted 
to two hours. 

Team members include Jamie 
Hruby. Lealand Veitleson, Jason 
Aakhus. Patrick CapP. Jeff 
Kvatager. Jody Martell. Andy 
DuIU and Enc Kolstoe. The advi- 
sors are Karen Petrnon and Marj 
Toren. 

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Dan Vlgstol and ton. Tim. Dick 
Vlgttol and son, Mike, all ol Cedar, 
arrived on Friday evening and worked 
along with Eldon and Ray Vlgttol at 
sheet-rooking the new house. They left 
late Sunday afternoon for their homes. 
Sunday overnight guests of Don and 
Shar Fox ware Bob end Le* LaVoiley 
ot River Fails. Wl. 

Dinner guests at the Art Froiland 
home on Monday were Neuben and 
Orville Sorenson. Charles end Edna 
Hill. Afternoon guests were Ariene and 
Ginger Froiland, Mike Foster of Rose 
au. JaneUe Stoe ot Badger, and Rus- 
sell Sorenson ot Roseau. 

Charlotte Leinlng, Jim and Carole 
Wright attended the funeral for Oscar 
Berg on Monday In FuVerslde Lutheran 
church of Wannask* Oscar was the 
father-in-law ol Fronds Leinlng. They 
were supper guests at the Norman 

Sheila, Mallory and Brett Qerardy 
and Wavell Sorenson attended the 




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by the sudden oeath of Pad Wikens of _..- ..___.. 

Brooks on Saturday. He wll be greatty wedding reception lor Terry ond Heidi 

missed by hit church family, the Amerf- Rewerlz at the fliJmmer Park on Satur- 

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friends In Jhe area. His funeral was 
held on Tuesday, and sincere condo- 
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CviMonday afternoon Waveil Soren- 
son visited with Kerrnlt Sorenson and 
Charles and Edna Hill at the Sorenson 
brother'B home. 

. Edna Hyde assisted by Bertha 

Joy Pauley ol Deer River brought Hughes and Dorothy Myhre served a 
her mother, Nora Selbel. to Plummer lunch following the prayer service on 
on Saturday. She returned home but Monday evening lor Paul WBkons. The 
Nora wCI stay over the Fourth ceiebra- Wllken* family gathered at the Hyde 
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share in the festivities. She Is a house- 
guest ot Lorena Westeriund. 

Herb and Esther Walter, Ray and 
Retnette Walter attended the wedding 



Lorena Westeriund and Nora Seibol 
visited at the home of Kern and Alice 
Tillman on Tuesday afternoon. 

On Tuesday Wavell Sorenson visit- 



of a cousin, Katheryne Ijusgaard, on ed by phone with Benli Marquis of 

Saturday at the Mayvllle Lutheran Goodridge, who Is a patient at United 

church of Mayvllle. She became the Hospital of Qrand Forks. 

bride of the church's pastor. Rev. Keith Ricky Graenwakl and children, Norn, 

Quanbeck, in a very lovely ceremony. Chancy and Luko of Stacy arrived at 

—~. _r_ h|9 pa / ront8| Howard and Margaret 

Femlly Qathertng Qreenwatd on Tuesday, and will be 

A family gathering was held at the here over the Fourth of July. 

Uoyd Sorenson home on Sunday In l -"'™ r *""'' nnH r - nnrn ' 

honor of Charles and Edna Hill of 



anniversary, and a special cake was 
made for tnem by Wavell Sorenson. 
Those attending were Earl and Janice 
Melvle. Keith, Cattle, Shone, Josle and 
Ellas Metvie, Eugene and Wlllla Preste- 

Saard all of Thief River Falls. Art and 
vis Froiland, Jerllee and Shannon 



Janice, Chuck and Conrad Glascock 
of Albuquerque, NM, arrived or 

doss reunion, and the July 4th celebra- 
tion. They are hauseguosts of Linda 
Olson", and are spending time with her 
mother, Clara Hess, and other..rela- 
Uves. 

Lorena Westeriund and Nora Seibol 
visited on Wednesday afternoon wllh 



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and Nicholas Vettleson, Kern and Alice Marilyn Budram* and children, 

Tillmori oil of Plummer, Todd Frederick- Matthew and Jesse of Luverne, AL. 

son of Bogfey, Marie Sorenson, Uoyd arrived on Wednesday at her parents, 

and Wave)] Sorenson, Tom, Rebecca, Herb and Esther Walter, to spend a 



-Trtctrond Todd WWett, Sheila, Mallory 
and Brett Gerordy all of Plummer, Rus- 
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week. She came for the class reunion 
and July 4th celebration. 

Barbara Pine. Robert, Andrea and 
Danielle came from Hastings to hor 
parents. Herb and Esther Walter on 
Wednesday, and will also attend the 
class reunion and July 4th celebration. 



New Postmaatsr 
The community welcomes Fern 
Bonnie Nelson of Gattke visited her Whitney to our midst as she was 
mother, Clara Hesse, an Sunday end recently Installed In the Plummer Post 
also attended the golden wedding Olfloe. Dan Logue. Postmaster at 



anniversary of Orval and Dorothy 
Roese. 

, Golden Wedding 
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their 50th wedding anniversary on Sat- 
urday. andSundoy. Allot their children 
' came home tobe with them as well as 



Crookston administered the oath ol 
office on Friday, Juno 26,.and an open 
house was held that afternoon. Fern 
has two eons, Matthew and Scon, who 
live In South Dakota. She resides In 
Crookston for the present 

Orvaland Dorothy Roesa_were 




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John eod Darlene Elsbrener ol TOeL ( * r ?'?ES,"SS JjK ' b ™* "° *• hM 
River Falls were vlsllora wllh Rose P7"f"R" l, ' 1 nnm .M< elcked ud 
Aaknes on Sunday arlamoon. Enfoule l *"K,.^SfJ f^StCl^aoZlav 

Adeline Preyost of Oklee helped 
' Rose Aaknes with her rummage sole 
on Saturday, June 20. Thanks, Ade- 
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his sister ond broth er-ln-taw, Wayne 



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Lillian Tanenvond Adeline Prevost 
all of Oklee werft Sunday afternoon vis- 
itors wtth Rose Aaknes.. Evening colters . 
were VI and Al RodnlocW ol OkTee. -■ 

Glen and Judy Aaknes ol Franklin 



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Sunday, July 12 . 

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Tuesday, July 14 - Entry Day 

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'11:00 n.m. 4-HTrailRido 
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6:00 p.m. 4-H Horsa Show Gama EvarUa 

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Wednesday, July 15 ■ 

flOO a.m. 4-H Dairy Judging, 4-H Dairy Call 

Award. Houiahold Arl» 4 Senior 
Ciiiiani. Pholography, Farm 
Crops 4 Vogalabla* 

9^30 a.m. ' Opan Class Hoims 

10:30 n.m. Ftowais 

1:00 p.m. Dog and Pol Show Froe 

1:30 p.m. Culinary & Fino Arts 

• Opfln Class Dairy . 

7S0 p.m. NITTY GRITTY D1RT.BAND 

Thursday, July 16 
9:00 a.m. 4-H Hogs 
1030a.m. 4-HShoap 
1130a.m. 4-HBaol 
■130 p.m. Open Class Shoop 

£30 p.m. Opan Class Baal 

7:30 p.m. HIGHWAY 101 

Friday, July 17 

10:00 a.m. 4-H Judging .ConTo si 

_ — 1-00 p.m.— 4-H Market Livestock Sa la 

Pre-730 p.m. Grandstand Awards: 

' Conservalion, Clean Farm. 
King Agassil 
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Midway Show 

Advance Sale ' 

Tickets 

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Cubans Stale Bank 
Lang lie's Super Valu 

Ross True Value 
T & C IGA Foods. 
Wail/s 
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Doug's Supormnrkel 
Badger - Ham 
Grygla - Hani 
Roosevelt - Knutson's 
Williams - Lundslon-s 
Stralhcona • Paradise 
Grimbush 

Ace Hardware 
We nna ska - Loo's Store 
"SMni'a'-'Sltwna'Stofa"' 
Catzka-Gatike Store 
Salei clow noon 
Wednesday, July JS. 
Ono ticket lor oach rido, 
-emopl lor spectaculars. 
The abovo slalomom opplioi 
only lo advance sale lickot 



Mrs Anna (Jacobson) Uounl ot 
City. K5. atnd lormarly ol 
I hencrod kM Sa« 0C*i balV 
. wh«n raaaBiet and Hands 
Nad a paajuoh pacne dm* u r— Kara 
Park In Thie* RTvar FaCa 

Harvsry and Lucy O ar art son ware to 
Aspyt* on S —unsay ar*%ara ffxy took hi 
-lie* >bur Ne«jhbor Oary* and payada 

Oordon and AdaHa S*Jarvan. LUry 
WalaakJ. Dan «nd Katn* Olson ot 
V<king. Cor ay and Julia Skjarvao ol 
That Rrvar Fal*. and Randy S»0jarva«n 
o* Grand Forks anandad lha kjnaraJ of 
AdeUe'a Mstar. Mri. OJadyt Sundby. 
hald Tuesday afiamooo at tha Firmt 
Luffwan church In Siaphart. Oi* haarl- 
latf lympaiffFy Is artended to tha tamffy 

Btfhday 

A gat-togathaf Wadnaiday altar- 
noon » caleoraia AJma DroRa birthday 
Ur>. Ruth Suttad. Mr*. Elalna flanum. 
Urs. Joan Daopa reprasanled tha Sun- 
shina group from tfia VUdnp Covanani 
ch ur ch . Othara lhara from VUOng war* 
Urs. Ethel Andaraon. Mrs. Batty 
Ranum, and Lort Ranum. Thay wara 
kanad by hianda from ThJel RJvar Fafla, 
Mra. Edytha Franton. Mra. Mabla 
Andaraon. Mra. Florence Drotta, and 
Mra. Uyrte Sackatt. Tha lunch was tur- 
nishad by the aeff-invtted gueaU. The 
decorated birthday caka waa baked by 
Mra. Dappa, Alma'a aiatar and brother, 
RuOi Drotta, and Albert Drotta ol Mu> 
neapola, and brother, Raymond Drota 
ware there alao. Ruth brought a birth- 
day caka for her filter. Alma reoervad 
many cards and glfta from those pre- 
sent end from other frlenda and rela- 
tives. 

Mra. Elaine Ranum and Mra. Ruth 
Suitad called on Mra. Dorothy Peder- 
ion, who Is recuperating from an acci- 
dent which caused har to break her 
arm. Thay brought her a fruit bosket 
from the Sunshine group of tha Viking 
Covenant church. 

Birthday 

Kaitfi and Karen Ranum entertained 
at an evening party Tuesday, In honor 
of their eon. Mlcah, who noted a birth- 
day. Guasta were his grandpaienta. 
Vernon and Betty Swan of Newtolden, 



Birthday 
A potiuck dinner party was held Sun- 
day at the Oordon and Adala Skf erven 
home celebrating the birthdays of 
Adotle Skjerven and Trlda Lae, attend- 
Ing ware Corey Ski erven, Cortrjey, 
Casey, Justin and Mellisa ot Thief 
Rrver Falls, Randy and Chris Skjerven, 
Nicholas and Christopher ot Grand 
Forks, Darin and Trlcla Lee alao ot 
Grand Forks, Mra. Lilian Sunday and 
Mra. Anna Carlson of Arvarado, Arnold 
and Mary Wefaakl, Tony, Bath, Megan 
and Kalaey. Dan and Kathy Olson, Tim 
and Terry. Gordon and AdMle Skjerven. 

Friday evening a dinner party was 
hosted at the Best Western In Thief 
River Fails by Mr. and Mrs. Jack Garcia 
of Cincinnati, OH, Their guests were 
Tom and Janet Garcia, Krlsta, Kayla 
and Jenny, Jack and Margaret Ga rcia, 



Crime has tspiuird headline 
cpate and (he aikmlam nf lawmak- 
ers in the past year The latest 
thanjea in MmnewXj »ill put enm- 
inalt a»ay kwifrr 

One of ihe hmir.il tnpici in the 
pan lepilaiivc tetuon was ihe aen- 
tencinn of set offenders. Here ii 
where the Legislature made the 
moat dramata: change*. 

The new wmencc for rape^mur- 
dcr will he life in priion without 
parole. The old law allowed tome- 
one convicted of this crime to apply 
for parole after 30 yean. 

The standard sentence for rape 
(firo ofTcnic) will also he longer. Il 
ehanjci from seven to 15 yean. A 
second offense will mean 30 yean. 
A third offerue will mean life 
behind ban. 

The legislature alto toughened 
the law on prisonen with "Psycho- 
pathic penonaJiiies." The Correc- 
tioru Dtponmenl will identify ihcm 
before Ihey are released and Ihe 
Altomcy General will help counties 
with commitment procedures. This 
could keep predatory criminals 
locked up indefinitely. 

There were other changes lhat 
affect sentences for all crimes. For 
example, if a prisoner commits a 
crime, llic new sentence must be 
served aficr the current one— not 
concurrently. 

Time off for good behavior will 
also be tougher to gel. It will not be 
granted as easily and prisoners will 
have to comply more strictly to earn 



When inmairt art rTleajed, CVsr 
rrlra* timn will he difTemtl. They 
■ ill no lonccr cet out on Fridays, 
Saturday*. Sumli)i or holiday I. If 
thev anr'rrleaard to a halfway house 
ci treatment profrarn ihey mud he 
escorted by U* enforeemenl ofTi- 
cen 

All these chances will affect the 
stale budget. More than 14 million 
was added for prisons lo keep up 
» iih the increased load of pnsonen. 
To help pay the hill, the Legislature 
increawd the fines that convicted 
cnmiruli will have lo pay. 

To prevent future crimes, the 
Legislature also worked on crime 
prevention education. An anti-vio- 
lence curriculum in the schools will 
he established. 

Because abused children face an 
increased risk of becoming crimi- 
nals, an abuse prevention program 
will be operated through Early 
Childhood Family Education. To 
help keep teen sex offenden from 
becoming adull rapists, a treatment 
program was set up. 

The rights of crime victims were 
also addressed. Because many vic- 
tims do not know their rights, a 24- 
hour loll-free phone line waa set up 
to help them. There were also pro- 
grams added specifically lo help 
sexual assault victims. 

No one is naive enough to think 
lhat these changes will eliminate 
crime. What they will do is help to 
make our stale safer, help victims, 
and perhaps help prevent some 
young people from becoming crimi- 
nals. 





REPORT 


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From Thar 


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MINNESOTA 
HOUSE OF 
REPRESENTATIVES 


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by Rep. Wallace Sparby 
District IB 



ancTtKeTr daughter and sort-In-Iow, 
Debbie and Scott and boys of Cincin- 
nati, OH, and Lloyd and Elaine Ranum. 
Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Art 
Heibert and Mr. arid Mrs. Effle KrotI of 
Argyte accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Joe 
Blawot, and were supper guests al the 
Ted Passa home In Drayton. 

Virgil and Marvillo Hjelle visited Sun- 
day evening with Alma Drottsat the 
CNC of Northwest Medical Center In 
Thief River Falls, also with Mervln 
Knutson, also a patient at the hospital. 

Saturday Leonard Larson took In tho 
Carl Mortenson sale of rural Warren. 

Wednesday Gordon and Adelle 
Skjerven visited at tho Randy Skjervon 
homa In Grand Forks, 

A supper and evening party was 
held Saturday evening cerebrating 100 
years on the Art lunko homo at HoK,-C 
attending from hero ware Mr. and Mrs. 
Joe Blawat,. 

Vance Peters of Grand RapkJs spent 
a few days at his grandmother's home, 
Mrs. Selma Peters. 

Dorene Meyers, Kalle and Brittany 
of Osh Kosh, Wl, came Sunday tmd 
spent until Wednesday at her parents 
home, Russell and Clarice Floberg. 

Robbie Swenson spent the after- 
noon Wednesday with his grandpar- 
ents, Harvey and Lucy Swonson. 

Leonard Larson was a supper guest 
at tho Maynard Ranum tome Wednes- 
day evening. 



Rep. Wally Sparby reminded 
Minnesotons this week that parents 
who enroll their children not cov- 
ered by health insurance in the 
Children's Healih Plan will be the 
first eligible participants in Min- 
nesota's new health insurance plan 
— HealthRight 

"The Children's Health Plan 
(CHP) is one of the most successful 
state programs we- have. It pro- 
vides necessary health care for chil- 
dren in families that can't afford 
health insurance. I hope all eligible 
families enroll now, while rates are 
low and before funds are exhaust- 
ed," Rep. Sparby said. - 

The CHP costs only $25 per 
child per year, he said, and is avail- 
able to children under the age of 18 
— who~<Krnot have uny hcalm'tasuT- - 
ancc in an effort to provide primary 
preventive care from doctors and 
dentists. 

Beginning October 1 this year, 
tho 'Children s Health Plan will be 
expanded to provide health care 
coverage for the families of those 
children already enrolled in CHP. 
The state's new, more extensive 
program is called "HealthRight" 
and it will cover both families and 
full-time financially dependent stu- 
dents up to tho age of 25. 

Once the new HealthRight pro- 
gram starts, costs for each family 
will be determined on a sliding fee 
basis according to ability to pay. 
Low-income families who-have 

Hipjhlanding . . . 

On Sunday morning Mr.'and Mrs. 
Onrfn Andersonatlended the baptism 
of their great-granddaughter, Andrlah 
JBan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John 
Undgron, held at Oakland Park. Also 
attending were Mr. and Mrs. Tim 
Anderson and Jordon. 

Mr. and Mrs, Norman Anderson visit- 
ed with Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Anderson 
on Tuesday and Saturday evening, . 

Weekend visitors at the Orvln and 



already 'enrolled their children in 
the Children's 'Health Plan and who " 
do not have health insurance them- 
selves can apply for HealthRight as ' 
early as September 1 of this year. ' 
Rep. Sparby pointed qut that this is 
another reason why eligible fami- 
lies should enroll their children 
now.- 

Bcginning December I, 1992, 
HealthRight coverage will be 
expanded to cover all modest- 
income families with children, who 
do not have health insurance. 

"Now is the time to enroll, 
because when HealthRight gets up 
and running, costs could increase 
for most families, since premiums 
will be based on income and the 
sliding fee scale. As the program - 
expandsreosis might lncreaser 
because the state will need to pur- 
chase more insurance coverage. 

The premiums for HealthRight' 
will vary according to income and 
family size, but the average cost for 
a family of two with a monthly 
income of $1,000 will bo $21 per 
month. For a family of three with 
monthly earnings of $1/100 the pre- 
miums will be $29 per month. A 
family of four with monthly earn- 
ings of $2,400 will pay $95 per 
month. 

If you have any further ques- 
tions or want to apply for either the 
-Children's Health Plan or 
HealthRight, call (612) 297-3682 . 
or 1-800-657-3672. 



Arda Anderson home were Tracy Dlck- 
Dvlctt of Plymouth, and Marilyn Sim- 
mons of Ham Lake. 

Mrs. Norman Anderson and Mrs. 
WaDy Anderson attended the Henrlck- 
san/Janlcko wedding at Faith In 
Goodridge on Friday evening. 

r Mr. and Mrs. Tim Anderson and Jor- 
don, and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Ander- 

- son. visited: on:Sunday-dvsnlngar-thB~ 
Orvln Anderson homo. 



Jim 



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'Turning 

"jrrn'U-iftK' 

It? 1 — <)■* HMeonrtf Y**n Afo 

— Tbra Isami and crew of Crook ■ 
lion arrived in St. Hilairc with a 
mewing outfit and have comtnenced 
to move Hc*nes Brothers, store one 
lot north. 

— A band of about 30 Indnni 
casnped at Sl Hiuure last Saturday 
and m the eveninf pave one of (hear 
dances. T>^ collated over XI0. 

—Jack McLaren, the Red River 
\Wry Elevator aam wt y 's head car- 
penter, is in Sl Hilaire this week 
making repairs on the elevator. 

1902 — Marty Years Ago 

— The brick work on the new 
school house was commenced the 
first of the week. 

— Dedication services will be 
held for the German Evangelical 
Lutheran church on the cast tide. 

—The parochial school of the 
Norwegian Lutheran church will 
cornmence July 14 at 9 o'clock at 
the church. 

1912 — Eighty Years Ago 

—August I, 2 and 3 will be the 
dales for the 1912 PenninBinn rwm. 
ty fair. 

— Two valuable work horses 
owned by S. M. Poston were killed 
by a bolt of lightning during an 
electrical storm Monday nighL . 

— Gordon & Gordon, novelty 
acrobats, will present "Mcphisto in 
Frogland" at the Lyceum this week. . 

1922 — Seventy Years Ago 

— Horse races and fireworks will 
be featured at the Pennington coun- 
ty fair on August 2-4. 

— People s Oil company will 
build a service station on Main 
avenue at Fourth strecL 

— Three free baby clinics will be 
held this month at Goodridge, St. 
Hilaire and Thief River Falls. 

1932 — Sixty Years Ago 

— A public wedding will be fea- 
tured at the Pennington county fair 
in August, the fair board announced. 

— O. E. Taxcraas look over from 
the Nelson Motor company the 
management of the Main Street 



— Carl Hovie was installed as 
head of tho local Odd Fellows 
lodge. 

•" 1942 — Fifty Years Ago 

-^-Andrew Anderson was 
installed as president of tho Rotary 
club, succeeding A. F. Berge. 

— Dr. A. E. Jacobson was reelect- 
ed president of the Thief River Falls 
board of education. 

— Soo Line is opening a new 
gravel pit three miles cast of New- 
tolden and plans to spread 1,200 
carloads of ballast between Thief 
River Falls and Noyes. ■ 



1952 — Forty Years Ago 

—An ice house with 2,000 ton 
capacity is being built by the Soo 
Line. 7 

—Pennington county s healthiest 
4-H boy andgirl will be chosen next 
week at the Bratmd clinic. 

— M. C. Gulbranson was reelect- 
ed chairman of the Pennington 
county potto chapter. . 

1962 — Thirty Years Ago 

— Cutting a path in a generally 
east by sonthcast direction, tornado 
winds swept across part of Penning- 
ton county and left a largo number 
of damaged buildings and ruined 
trees in its wake,- although no per- 
sonal injuries or livestock losses 
were reported. 

— Dr. George Martin, who was 
delivering a baby al the time*, was 
inducted in absentia as president of 
die Lions club, succeeding Gordon 
Reierson. 

—Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Flom of 
this city who were married just after 
the turn of the century, celebrated 



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ktertat to s fr aaab wic a l order 
oa Moadays tavoafh That*' 
day*. Tb* office oa taa accoasj 

— floortrf th* Nor t hcni State 
beak bnlldlig is opca those 
dayi boat 9 » Jl to *e awra- 

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ortaatratkM. * 
aoTicriors A somry of Ka of 
the largest retail ottlets re- 
vealed salei of tlsajps and 
bassos for Use day afprfatJai 
Uti. The stares wttfccaasaaa 
the sale of the sumps aad 
hoods through Jaly, it was 



Bomewmrminf for 
Noratai at New Homa 

'Oa Tueaday r^reeaaf of aaat 
week the doctors of Mercy 
boapaul and the hoapaal board 
surprised the nurses with a 
bouicwarming-in th* hew' 
borne the Banes recently occo- 
paed. Tbecvemng was spent 
playing games and lunch was 
served. 



Soo line Opens New 
Gravel Pit 

'Stripping operations are 
bow being completed by the 
Soo Line on a new travel pit 
located J3 mik» iwrth of Thief 
River Falls and three roues east 
'of Newfoldeo. preparatory to 
the loading of approximately 
1,200 carksads of ballast gravel 
to be placed on the road Bed as. 
various places between this 
. dry and Noyes, W. W. Wade, 
division superintendent, an- 
nounced today. The project 
will provide 23 to 30 days of 
work for hauling and slwvcung 
crews, it was uidicatecL* 




Saturday - Sunday - 

Monday 

Bette Douis - 

Herbert Mnrshol 

"The Little 
FoKes" 

fluolon Theatre 

Buy Derenie Stamps al Our 




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-A recreation center for retarded 
children, sponsored by the Penning- 
ton-Red Lake Association for 
Retarded Children, will open July 9 
at the parish homo of the First 
Lutheran churcfUn -ThiefJtivet . 
Falls. 

1972 — Twenty Years Ago 

— Rov. Keough Patnodo was 
named grand marshal of the 1972 
Aquacade paradf" 

— Seven deaths as a result or four 
accidents have been recorded in the 
area in the past week, including 
Gary Forsberg, 38, and Harold 
Pluth, 42, both of Thief River Falls, 
who were killed when their plane 
crashed southeast of the city; Ray- 
mond Schumacher. 9, son of Harold 
Schumacher of rural Nowfotden, 
who was killed when he fell from a 
wagOTTc*dod with hay bales; \fer- 



WPA Recreation 
Supervisorial 
* V Discontinued 

. . "Following: announcement 
'■that the WPA iw.lcrflger.would. 
-'continue to finance the services 
of a recreation supervisor in 
r Thief River Falls, Ferd FJstad, 
who has held that position the 
past several years, gave his res- 
; Igoation Monday evening at a 
joint meeting of members of 
• the city council and the recre- 
ation board. It was indicated 
that some of Mr. Hstad*s assis- 
■i tants, including the life-guards 
'•at the Tindolph park pool, 
' would continue their duties. 
The life-guards will be super- 
vised by tho police deportment, 
■': while playground activities at 
•"' the East Side park will be con- 
tinned under the direction of 
; tho park board." 

. Special Sale of War 
Stamps Is Successful 

n Wllh a large majority of 
: local business places cooperat- 
ing in the Special drive July 1 
for the sale of war savings 
: stamps and bonds, the event 
was highly successful, thanks 
; in part to assistance given by 
members of tho -Victory Aides 



— Men are being offered up 
to $600 a month to work oo 
defense projects. Yes, wo 
mean American workers, not 
Nazis. 

—The fact that the eagle 
didn't scream quite as loudly 
on this Fourth of July as it has 
some years in the pest doesn't 
necessarily indicate a lack of 
patriotic fervor. 

— Humor culled from a ser- 
vice men *s paper When your 
gtf gives you a dirty look, it's 
time to use a little soft soap. 

— Better make op Jyour 
minds, fellows. The filing 
period for country office ends 
in about three weeks. 

— The newsstands made a 
pretty spectacle over the Fourth 
of July week-end when tho : 
magazine covers broke out in a 
rash of American flags. 

—A bow tb I our colleagues 
on the Detroit Lakes Tribune 
for their paper's achievement in 
winning top honors for general 
excellence among the nation's 
weeklies. 

— 'If you wania nice round 
figure to roll off your tongue, 
consider tho federal debt ot 77 
billion dollars as of June 30. 

—The rubber shortage 
might be eased by getting rid 
of some of the rubber stamps 
holding down seats in Con- 
gress. 

—The treasury department 
expects Pcnnmgton-cotmty- in 
July to buy war bonds at the 
rate of nearly 34 for every 
--man.-woman-and.child.-ia's. 
see how close to the mark we 
can come, • 

— Premature though it may 
be, we ore expecting any day 
now to hear a New Dealer, 
make the assertion, "Fourth 
Term or no fourth term, we 
can't change presidents in the 
middleofawnr," 

N.A.H. 



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July 13, 1892 



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non Walseth, 20, of thief River 
Falls and John Dahl, 62, of Gatzke, 
who died in a twe-ear collision cast 
of Middle River; Lawrence Nystul, 
37, Crystal, who was killed when a 
Burlington Northern train struck his 
car just north of Middle River, -and 
Mrs..Petra Dahl, 86, of Minneapo-' 
lis, who was visiting at the home of 
her son, John Dahfand suffered a 
• heart attack after learning of her 
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— Harry Sjulson of St. Hilnirc 
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1982 — Ten Years Ago 

—The theme for the Art-in-ihc- 
Park program this year is "Festival 
of Americana." 

— The' Pennington county fair is 
scheduled for July 22-25. 

— Richard Spyhalski has been 
named the new president and chief 
executive officer of the Northwest- 
em hospital inThicf River Falls. 



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levclt. enroll many nxirt ituJcnt\ in 
the iluJj cf Iheie impwUnl tub- 
jeeu. and cnhM parenli and the 
buuncii community in creating! a 
climate for excellence." cud Com- 
missioner of Education Gene Mam- 
menpa. 

"If wc want all our young people 
to be qualified for higher- level, bel- 
ter-paying jobs in this competitive 
world economy, we've got to five 
many more of them advanced sLiIls 
in math, science and problem solv- 
ing." he said. 

The final draft of the proposal is 
still being written, but a key priority 
already identified is nising public 
awareness. 

"In the United Slates we assume 
thai only certain students have the 
- aptitude for math and science, and 
we don't cipcct everyone to contin- 
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said Sharon Stcnglein, stale mathe- 
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Schmitz passes actuary exam 



Darrcll Schmitz of Red Lake 
Falls was one of the six Bemidji 
State University students who 
passed the first of a series of actuary 
science examinations. Schmitz 

Sraduatcd from BSU in 1991 with 
egrees in computer science and 
mathematics. 

Administered by [he Casualty 
Actuarial Society and the Society of 
Actuaries, the three-hour examina- 
tion covered calculus and linear 
algebra. On average, only 26 per 
cent of individuals taking the test 
score a passing grade. The BSU 



group achieved a 50 per cent pass 
rate. 

Students who participate in the 
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government or insurance businesses. 
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• Meeting Will Take Place Upstairs in The 

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Silent auction for •mill quilts mtdt by 
member* of tht Thltf Rhrar Falls Quirttrs Gufftf 
will taka placa at tht guild's booth at tha 
Pennington county fair this wa*k. Bid* will be 
posted and may be rabed by anyone wishing to 



enter a bid. Among the members who have 
made small quits to dontU tor auction are 
Wendy Goddard, Oenlce Nelson, Cheryl 
Petersen. Peggy Kraemer, Sue Dowers, Julie 
Desrocher and Nona Hilryer. 



Thompson receives honor scholarship 



Nicole Thompson of Red Lake 
FalK has accepted a University 
Honor Scholarship from Bcmidii 
Sutc University. 

Thompson received a $500 award 
from the University Honor Scholar- 
ship program which is available to 
students who rank in the top IS per 
cent of their high school class or to 
community college graduates who 
have achieved a cumulative 3.S 
grade point average. 

Thompson graduated from 
Lafayette High School where she 
participated in basketball, golf, 
band, stage band. National Honor 



Society and student council. A 
senior class representative and edi- 
tor of the annual staff, she is inter- 



esud in business and mass commu- 
nication majors at the University as 
well as the music program. 



Area students named on UMC 
dean's list 

Area students named to the spring 12 or more hours of college credit 

quarter dean's list at the University earning a grade point average 

of Minnesota. Crookston Campus between 3.5 and 3.99. 
(UMC) were announced by the The area students are: Dcland 

Office of Records and Registration. ■ Bakkc of Ncwfoldcn, Nicotic 

To qualify for a place on the Dcmarais of Red Lake Falls and 

dean's list, students must complete Aaron Janisch of Thief River Falls. 




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75« 




91st Pennington fair was 
a qualified success story 

Operation ran smoothly, exhibits and premiums were up but attendance down 



"There are two ways you can 
look at having a successful county 
fair.' stated Richard Anderson, 
president of the Pennington County 
Fair Association Monday following 
conclusion of the 9Ist annual event 
on Sunday. 

"One way to judge success U by 
the quality of the presentation and 
whether people attending had a 
good time and enjoyed them- 
selves," he continued. "The other u 
how well it fared financially. We 

believe this year'i fair was very 

Olive Lunke of Thief River Falls and Edgar Naplln of St. H Hi Ire successful on the first, pan of the 
were chosen at Pennington County s Outstanding Senior equation burwe know it was less 
Citizens. They were awarded the honor at the Pennington , nan successful from s financial 
County Fair last Friday, Sentor Citizen Day. Lunke has been active viewpoint." ^ - 

in activities such as county vice president of the Northwest Anderson said the 1992 county 
Senior Federation and she has worked to promote the alternative ^^ sct a nxonj m carnival revenue 
care program. Naplln has been active In activities such as the m ^ a substantial increase in premi- 
Golden K, St Htlalre Uons and the Food Shelf. U ms paid to exhibitors, but had its 

biggest setback in lack of altcn- 

BB a ■ | ■ ■■% ^_ _l _ I I dance at the professional entertain- 

Michele Bodeli ggM=M«s 

_ "Trie general consensus was that 

,— . — JL ^^ u ^at a^ ^ak. ^n ^*k. 0% MBk Mt both of the entertainers put on 

DnTPl^ BlaVI II RH I 1 I tremendous shows and thai it was 

^| liVl W |v«si<t\4\a»'«sAI ■ * too bad more local people weren't 

■ ^^ on hand to enjoy them, Anderson 

said. 

"Wc have a couple of concerns 
as a fair board," he added, "and one 
of them is the lack of local support 
shown for the relatively expensive 
liig jumt* jn iciUji r^ente^Our, 
records show that approximately fKr 
percent of the crowd, exclusive of 
fair board members (who also pur- / 
chase their own admission tickets), 
came from outside the Thief River 
Falls area." 

~ "Terry Nclson/falrboard trcasur- - 
cr, said that only 1,077 tickets were 
sold for the Reid and Chesnutt 
shows, leaving the county fair asso- 
ciation with a substantial but as yet 
undetermined loss. Last year the 
two for the price of one promotion 
resulted in attendance of 2,248. 

A number of factors were cited 
as possible reasons for the decline, 
including five area county fairs 
going on simultaneously, increase 
in the number of county fairs adopt- 
ing similar.cntcrtainmcnt programs, 
proliferation of high quality enter- 
tainment in the area at such places 
as the WE Fest in Detroit Lakes and 
Chester Fritz auditorium at UND, 
and the impact of.gambling casinos 
in the area — both as an attraction 
by themselves and by the entertain- 
ment they sponsor. 

Attendance at the Thursday 
evening teen dance was 421, up 
from a year ago, but demolition 
derby attendance of 1,206 adults 
and children was down from 1,346 
last year and 1,506 in 1990. 

Another concern expressed by 
the board was .the volume and qual- 
ity of rides provided by the Murphy 
Bros, carnival at the fair this year. 
This was also attributed to a num- 
ber of factors, again relating to the 
number of county fairs in the area 
on the same dates. 

Last year the fair board was 
impressed with the Murphy Bros, 
operation hero and signed a five- 
year contract Several other area 
(Continued on Page 4) 



{This Is the fourth la a series of 

articles about candidates Tor the 
Miss Thler River Falls title at the 
Miss America Preliminary Schol- 
arship Pageant lo be held Satur- 
dayr Arrprst 1 , hrthe-Ltacota Wgb - 
school auditorium.) 

An elementary school music stu- 
dent who decided athletics was 
more of a challenge and who is a 
member of the Minnesota Water- 
fowl association is now a candidate 
for the Miss Thief River Falls title. 

Michele Bodcll, daughter of 
John and Linda Bodeli of Thief 
River Falls, is 22 years old and a 
1988 graduate of Strondquist high 
school. She is five feet seven and 
one-half inches tall, has blonde hair 
and blue eyes. Her pageant talent 
presentation will be a comedy num- 

At Strandquist high school 
Michele lettered in basketball and 
chccrlcading and she also enjoys- 
volleyball and softball-In elemen- 
tary school she played piano and 
the trumpet but decided she liked 
the challenge of athletic competi- 
tion. She was involved in Know- 
ledge Bowl and the prom commit- 
tee and served" on the annual staff 
and newspaper staff. 

Presently enrolled at Northland 
Community college in Thief River 
Falls, she has been named to the 
President's List for academic per- 
formance! Michele will graduate 
from Northland in 1993 and then 
transfer to' n four-year college to 
cam her bachelor's degree in busi- 
ness management. 
' Presently employed at Lutheran 
Social Services' home. and commu- 
nity based services, she is a coun- 
selor for handicapped children. 
This year she took a client to the 
Special Olympics and watched her 
earn silver medals. Michele also 
works as a night auditor at the 
C'mon Inn motel. 

Among her hobbies Michele 
(Continued on Page 4) 





LHS Marching band 
returns from Calgary 

Tour results in third place finish in Calgary Stampede parade 




Crowned Pennington County Klng.A'gassiz 

Friday evening at the Pennington county fair in- 

Thief River Ft-N was Mark Naplln of rural Red. 

_ UkeTalrjt^e^?ceedrKel»yLundeen^iFru«i- 



Trall. Pictured {left to rlgrtt) above are David 

Kragnoss, Reel River Valley King Agasslz and his 

wife Peggy; Mark and Michelle Naplln; and 

-Connie and Kelly Lundeart, r — -- 



byKnrmcnOrtloff 

Editor's. note: Karmen is a 
band member and a student par- 
ticipating in the Artist/Mentor 
program sponsored by the North- 
west Regional Development Com- 
mission. 

After a full year of fundraising, 
months of rehearsing,. and. a sum-_. 
mcr filled with parades, the Prowler 
Marching Band was escorted out of 
town June 30 by a Thicr River Fulls 
Law Enforcement Center squad car. 

The bands ultimate destination 
was the Calgary Stampede, and. 
_Exh ihitio n_i n_C.a I gary ,_A I bcrta ,_ 
Canada. Th'; reason for the police 
escort was partly fanfare for this 
occasion and possibly to make sure 
that the band did, in fact, leave 
town. The lutlcr could explain the 
parent convoy that followed the. 
three charter buses for several 
blocks. 

The pilgrimage to Calgary was- 
virtually a 24-hour, non-stop bus 
ride — excluding meal breaks and 
the occasional equipment checks. 
One of the stops landed the band in 
Saco, rvlontana, home of a combi- 
nation library/luundromat/liquor 
store. 

After 24-hours on the bus, the 
band finally arrived at Ernest Man- 
ning high school in Calgary. This 
-was-to-bc-the. J*rowlcr-marching . 



band's home for the next week. 
The band shared the school with 
five other bands from such places 
as Colorado, Utah, and Wisconsin. 

Considering that over. 100 peo- 
ple were crammed on three buses 
with sleeping bags, band uniforms, 
carry-ons, luggage, and no showers', 

. the kind director, Bruce Felt, had 
this to sayr^AVclbrikctl ancTshicUar 
terrible! The natives were getting 
restless. But for such a tough trip, 
il worked really well!" 

Following a night of sleep on 
foum cushions laid on gym floors, 
the hand headed west on a highway 

~TO'"Banfr"NntionarParl:~Upon — 
arrival ut Banff, each bus received 
un individual' tour guide that escort- 
ed the bund through a Buffalo 
reserve, hot sulphur springs, and 
Hoodoos (trails in the mountains . 
that natives considered to be evil). 
Tour guides were very friendly, 
however each hand member was 
warned about "shadow people," 
which is u nice term for die home- 
less. 

' The eve of the Stampede Parade 
was topped off by an authentic Ital- 
ian three-course meal at Mama's 
Ristorante. During the evening. 
Felt was presented with a combina- 
tion cowboy hat, sheriff's badge and 
whistle. Felt received the hat' 
.because _bc_was a t th e Stam pede 



and you couldn't be without one, 
the badge represented authority, 
and the whistle was to replace one 
he broke earlier this summer during 
a rather unpleasant rehearsal. Also 
at this dinner, the band was briefed 
as to what to expect the following 
day and what was going to happen 
'(Continued on Page 4) 




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Monica Rustan to luv* 
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Krtitopher Jakob Kvfck. Cjre**-nrendr*ther Herman Schmkttke of 
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Mario Lehrer to have 
80th birthday party 

An open hou« tclcNsiion will 
be held July \<* from 2 to 5 pm to 
honor Msne l.chrcf on her ROih 
birthdjv TV event »ill ulc place 
at Ruths Sie-aA H.-ww in Red Ule 
Falls and «ill V hoard by Ronald 
and Maureen I. enter of Zurich, 
Switzerland AM friendt and rela- 
tives art mwird m suervl No gift*, 
please. 

Oliver Howlands to 
note 65th anniversary 

An open house celehration wilt 
be -held July 26 from 2 to 5 pm. to 
honor Oliver and Serine Howland as 




Carol Sorenson to 
wed Dale Kolseth 

Carol Sorcrurn and Dale Kolieth, 
along oith their parents. Mr. and 
Mn. Calvin Soremon of Thief 
Rivet Fills and Mr. and Mrt Eli 
KoUcth of Plummcr, art happy to 
announce their engagement and 
forthcoming mamagc. 

The bndc-to-bc is a 1990 gradu- 
■te of Lincoln high school and a 
1992 graduate of Northland commu- 
nity college in Thief River Falls. 
She if employed by Hugo's. Her 
fiance is a 1983 graduate of Lincoln 
high school and ts self-employed in 
farming. 

A September 19 wedding is being 



Ann Goodrich & Harlan 
Johnson wed April 25 



Ihcy nolc Ihcir 65ch wedding plumed "the Si. John Lutheran 
Mmren»y and 90Ui bmhdayj. The dwell in Hue! River Fills. 



^V^ a^^'S Good Cheer club to 
" k»S , £i&: meet Wed., July 15 



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Keough Fourniers to 
have 50th anniversary 

An open house celebration will 



The Good Cheer club will meet 
Wednesday, July IS at 2 pjn: at the 
home of Elizabeth Howick. All 
members art encouraged to attend. 

Senior citizen dance 



beheld July 19 from 2 to 5 pjn. to ggf for ThlirS., July 16 
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on their 50th wedding anniversary. 
The event will take nbee at the St. 
Anthony's Catholic church in Tent- 
bonne. All friends and relatives arc 
invited to attend. No invitations arc 
being sent. No gifts, please. 

Junls Tanner to have 
75th birthday party 

An open house celebration will 
be held Sunday, July 19 from 2 to 4 

?.m. to honor Junis Tanner on her 
5th birthday. Tho event will take 
p>lace at the Holt community center. 
All friends and relatives arc invited. 
No gifts, please. 

— I BIRTHS t — 

Northwest Medical center in 
Thief River Falls reports one birth 
: since the; lost edition of the Times. . 

On July 10 a bay was born to 
' Robbi and Ellen Broteng of Thief 
River Falls. He was named Erik 
John. ; 



A senior citizen dance will be 
held Thursday, July 16 from 7:30 to 
10:30 p.m. at the Heritage center in 
Thief River Falls. Music will be 
provided by Dick Krepelbcrg. All 
area senior citizens are invited to 
attend. 

Vlcki Gustafson 
awarded Milton Mohr 
scholarship 

Vicki D. Gustafson, daughter of 
Tom and Bcv Gustafson, has been 
awarded the Millon E. Mohr schol- 
arship of SI, 000 for the academic 
year 1992-93 and the Widaman 
Trust Distinguished Graduate Assis- 
tant award of $1,200 in recognition 
of outstanding performance as a 
graduate student. Vicki is attending 
the University of Nebraska, Lincoln, 
Agricultural Research division. 
Agronomy, pursuing a PhX). 



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The Times' WEDDING policy 




T)tl Times' policy on wedding wriu-ups is oj follow r. 

♦ tf tf^wttUutg took plat* within om month from date of rtctipt at TUB 
TatB office, a dtMilrri wriu-up will b< published from iitformalioa provided, 
along with a picture if rubmiatd. 

♦ If the wedding took place front one lo three months before receipt at 
TtttTttai office, there wW be brief write-up, including nanus of participants 

j but no description of decor, towns, flowers, etc. 

♦ For a wedding that took place from three to six months before tubmit- 
don to Tint Ttttss, we will not a brief social announcement or a picture with 
a short caption Hating nanw of the bride-and groom, names and addresses of 
parents, date and place oftffe wtddbtgf.and where the couple is residing. 

♦ There will be no publication of weddingM after dx months have elapsed. 

♦ Every effort will be made to publish the wedding write-up within two 
issues of receipt. 

♦ Forms art-available free of charge at THE Tata office to help In organ- 
iiing information about the wedding for publication. Nearly all information 
can be filled in on the forms prior to the wedding. To ropiest forms by mall, 
send a uXf-addressed tumped envelope to Tits Tma, PX>. Box 100, Thief 
River Falls, UN 56701. 

♦ Photographs may be picked up at THE Tom office after the wedding 
write-up has been published. Photographs wilt only be returned by mail / 
accompanied by a Klf -addressed stamped envelope. 



Ann Elizabeth Goodrich and Har- 
lan Vera John»on were united in 
marriage April 25 at the Crossbke 
Evangelical church in Crosslakc. 
Rev. Scott Fine officiated at the 1 
p.m. double ring ceremony. 

The bride is the daughter of Dr. 
and Mrs. Donald Goodrich of Thief 
River Falls. Parents of the groom 
arc Mr. and Mrs. Harold Johnson of 
Crosslakc. 

Special music was provided by 
Craig and Melissa Goodrich, Kai 
and Bridget Allen, Brenda LaBorde, 
David Madison and Jamie Johnson, 
with Paul Carlson, uncle of the 
bride, serving as organist. 

Kaihryn Madison of Crystal, sis- 
ter of the bride, served as matron of 
honor. Bridesmaid was Brenda 
LaBorde of New Hope, friend of the 
bride. Junior bridesmaid was Jamie 
Johnson of Scbcka, daughter of the 
groom. Flower girl was Mia 
Madison of Crystal, niece of the 
bride. 

Melissa Goodrich, sister-in-law 
of the bride, was the bride's person- 
al aucndanL 

Stuart Johnson of St. Paul, broth- 
er of the groom, served as best man, 
with David Madison of Crystal, 
brother-in-law of the bride, as 
groomsman. Ring bearer was Caleb 
Fine of Crosslakc, friend of the cou- 
"plc. 

Ushering the guests were Erik 
Johnson, brother of the groom. 
Perry Clark, friend of the groom, 
Mark Goodrich and Craig Goodrich, 
both brothers of the bride. 

Honored guests at the ceremony 
were Ruth Jordan and Lillian Carl- 
son, grandmothers of the bride. 

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Following the ceremony i recep- 
tion was held for the couple. Hon 
couples were Philip and Sharon 
Carlson, uncle and aunt of the bride, 
and Bud and Thelma Anderson, 
friends of the groom. Julie 
Goodrich, sister-in-law of the bride, 
and Judith Johnson, sister of the 
groom, presided at the guest book. 

The wedding cake was cut by 
Lois Caughlan and Linda Benson, 
boih friends of the couple. Janet 
Johnson, sister of the groom, and 
Vcma Clark, friend of the couple, 
served punch. 

Flower hostess was Dorothy Han- 
son, friend of the bride. At the gift 
table were Quadc Mayer and 
Cynara Mayer, both friends of the 
couple, and Beth Anderson, friend 
of tnc bride. Sound and video tap- 
ing was done by Charlie Caughlan, 
friend of the couple. Candid video- 
taping was done by Al Hanson, 
friend of the bride. Chloe Goodrich 
and Kara Madison, nieces of the 
bride, distributed decorated pouches 
of birdseed to each guest 

Following a wedding trip to 
Longboat Key, FL, the couple is at 
homo in Crosslakc. The groom, a 
graduate of Bloomington-Jefferson 
high school, ntlcndcd Bemidji state 
university. He is self-employed at 
Harlan V. Johnson Life Investments. 
The bride is a graduate of Lincoln 
high school anda, 1986 graduate of 
Bethel college in Math Education. 
She is employed by Crosslakc 
Supcrslides as manager and will 
teach math in Pequot Lakes this fall. 



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l>«r,t at a m«hf( of tnrrt tptoaJ 
(hiUrrn. tint of whnffl II adnfUtd 
\ht hat aim am (hroagft ft* oriau 
of the death (J a child 

Rtirrtanon muil t* made by 
July 17 A frr* fturarry 11 amUMt 
hy rewr»atjon only at the United 
kVihrdiH (burin. 

BetauK the ttrrrt tn front of the 
iTftce, it hong »irird on, it fcf nx- 
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•lurid turn on Knijhi avenue and 
cnvr tV parkin(t lot from the back 
of the Ixfmn. *•■ 

Christian Women's 
After 5 club to meet 



Hfirnir (s.t. old) Trinity Golden Years 

and Dorit Smrby. ' 

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The Thief River Falls Christian 
BuuncM and PmfeMional Wbmca'i 
Afier Five cluh will meet Tuesday, 
July 21 al 6:30 p.m. at the Beit 
Western Inn in Thief River Falls. 
Co« of the meal ii $4.75. Nanci 
Reed of Home Sweet Home will 

give the special feature. *A Fresh 

Look; A lummer lin.-alonf "A j^ ^ Q 
Robin i Song.* will be held. Mari- 
lyn Lee of Sl Cloud will speak on 
"Rays of Sunshine." She shares her 
life situations as a mother of three 
special children, one of whom it 



Al»in (Arveaon) Haaaos. Roby 
(Uclm, Anderson and Ardell 
i[)»Mi Wells, all of Thief River 
Wh. 

Hiil<» hsexiu ButnoU of Grand 
Fotit. Nt). Jerry and Befly ffmbv 
of I in Grand Fork*. Wilford and 
lrt->: S<vrntnn of Linds-roni. Doru 
(Br^rta) Huetwch and dau^uer of 
Lair Lillian, John and Adeline 
{N*»3arJ) S wanton of McGregor. 
Autlm and Muriel (Adams) 
Do-Jthcfty of Hoouiam, WA. Juel 
and \-n,lrt WcOd of Green Bay. WI. 
x-vi Rotabe Paulaon of Front 
Rojal. VA. Carrol and Francii 
-*' of Huntenvillc. ND, James 
and Eileen Salveton of Prairie de 
Sac. Wi, June (Saxvold) Owenune 
of Eagle Bend. Gerry and Benora 
(Htf.tr.) Folk of Mllsborough. CA. 
Gail (Jones) Brunflon of San Diego. 
CA and Arlene (Hanson) Chipcm of 



The Trinity Golden Yean «re*p 
will meet Tueaday. July 2 1 at 2 n m 
at the Triaitv t-utheran (hurch in 
Thief Ri*er Palls. A muttca l pro- 
gran will be presented by a grc»ap 
from Use Fergus Falli area, who 
have entertained annually for the 
past aevtraJ years. A welcome is 
ei tended to members and (nests. 
Lunch will be served by the Julv 
troops For rides, call the church 
office at MM310. 



Holt Keensgers to 
meetFridsy, July 17 

The Holt Krenagtrs will »K«t 
Friday. Jaly 17 for daeir regular 
monthly meeting, one w«k ls»* dW 
to the censnty faar. f^mcM pottock 
meal w»n be aerwd. Ttecasbtwda 
prirea for meir garnet. 

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Five generation.! of the Overton femlh/ of Oslo ere pictured here 
with (ttendlng, left to right) greet-cjrendf ether Or dell Overton 
. end grandfather Dele Overton; and (teeted, left to right) greet- 
greet-mother Belme Overton, Kerltte Geeren, ege three, end 
mother Marvett Geeren. 



Northstar college 
reunion set for July 16 

The Northstar college reunion 
will meet Thursday, July 16 at noon 
at the best Western Inn in Thief 
River Falls. A program with Rev. 
Clernmcns Dyrud as speaker will be 
given with coffee served and a 
meeting at Our Saviour's Christian 
academy to follow. 




Robert Lookers to 
have 50th anniversary 

- An open house celebration wilL 
be held July 18 from 2 to 4 p.m. to 
honor Robert and Bemicc Looker of 
Grand Forks. ND on their 50th 
anniversary. The event will take 
place at the Heritage center in Thief 
River Falls and will be hosted by 
the couple's family. All friends and 
relatives are invited to attend. No 
gifts, please. 

Baby shower planned 
for Julie Stennes 

An open house baby shower will 
be held July 17 from 6 to 8 p.m. for 
Julie Stennes and her new daughter, 
Lacey Mae. The event will take 
place at the Debbie Emst home, 
rural Thief River Falls. All friends 
and relatives ore invited to attend. 

Jerrold BJerkes have 
new daughter, Kyrsten 

Jerrold and Barbara Bjcrke of 
Orlando, FL, are proud to announce ' 
the birth of a daughter, Kyrsten 
Helen June 17 at the Florida South 

-hospital in Orlando. - She weighed 
eight pounds, five ounces at birth 

' and joins a sister, Carolyn, and a 
brother, Thomas, at home. Grand- 
parents are John and Clara Hclley of 

' Plummcr and Dunne and Arlene 
Bjcrke of Thief River Fnlls. 



TRF Library to offer 
variety of programs 
for Western Week 

This week the Thief River Falls 
public library will hold a number of 
programs. On Wednesday, June IS 
the preschool storytimc, sponsored 
by ECFE, will be held at 1 pjn. and 
will focus on Western stars. From 2 
to 2:45 pjn., the featured program 
of the All Star Kids" summer 
library program will be a karate 
demonstration by members of Gory 
Flynn's class. This program is 
aimed at elementary school age 
children. 

Western storytimc will be held 
Friday, July 17 from 10 to 10:30 
a.m. and will feature stories and 
activities centered on western leg- 
ends. 

All programs ore presented free 
of charge to the public and no prc- 
regisitration is required. 

TRF Christian Women 
to meet Tues., July 21 

The Thief River Falls Christian 
Women's club will meet Tuesday, 
July 21 from 12 to 2 p.m'. at the 
American legion club in Thief River 
-Falls. Cost of the meal is $4. The 
special feature, "Explore," will be 
presented by Dave Bergman of the 
Office Tourism _Hc_wiU be talking 
about points of interest at Minnesota 
parks. Music, "Relax." will be 
given by Dcnac and Jill Dekkcrs. 
Marilyn Lee of St. Cloud will be the 
main speaker with the theme of 
"Refresh." She shares her life siiiia- 



adoptcd. She has alto gone through 
the crisis of the death of a child. 

Reservations may be made by 
calling Evelyn Myrum at 681-2924 
or Lana Chriitianson at 681-2566 
by July 17. 

Evangelistic meetings 
set at Newfolden 

Community evangelistic meetings 
will be held July21 to 26 at the 
Newfolden community center. Each 
evening there will be a prayer meet- 
ing at 7 p.m. and the meeting will 
follow at 7:30 p.m. Rev. Floyd 
Dalzcll of Thief River Falls will 
bring the message. His wife. Pearl, 
will join him as they share their 
musical talents. 

There will be special music from 
the following churches each 
evening. Lowell and Donna Mae 
Hogbcrg and the Myles Hogberg 
family of the Evangelical Free 
church wilt perform on Tuesday; a 
vocal group from the New Hope 
church will perform on Wednesday; 
the choir from Our Savior's Luther- 1 
an church will provide the music 
Thursday; Rev. and Mrs. Knnpp and 
family of Karlstad will sing and fea- 
ture instrumental numbers on Fri- 
day; Lifeline Center will present 
Rev. Gerald Dcppa, pastor of the 
Viking Covenant church on Satur- 
day; and tho Newfolden Area - 
Gospel String band will play and 
sing on Sunday. The public is invit- 
ed. 

May/June birthdays 
noted at Riverside 

The May and June birthday party 
was held June 24 at the Riverside 
Terrace. Rev. and Mrs. D. Josh Nel- 
son provided the entertainment. 
Cake, ice cream and coffee were 
served. Those with birthdays in- 
cluded Florence Carlson (May 6); 
Thelma Smith (May 7); Mabel 
Mathiason (May 27); Ruth Omdohl 
; "ay-;." ' " ' . . 
Marie Klclnvachter (June 12); and 



Bridal shower planned 
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A bridal •hower will be held Fri- 
day. July 17 at 7 p.m. for Val 
Bruggemm, bride-to-be of Kevin 
Halmc. The event will be held at 
303 Fourth W.. Thief River Falls. 
All friends and relatives are tnvittd 
to attend. 

Bridal shower planned 
forClndaSyverson 

An open house bridal shower will 
be held Sunday. July 19 from 2 lo 4 
p.m. Tor Cinda Syverson. bride-to- 
be of Joe Lovato. The event will 
take place at St. rjernanfi Catholic 
church. All friends and relatives are 
invited. 



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July 14, 1992 



-Obituaries- 



S. Arnold Amb»x*on, 70 
Altc* Lund, 97 
Palmer B*rgt>rton, 74 



J»oy W. Tyg»»oo. 57 
Harry M. DonankJ, 63 



Palmer Bergerson, 74 



Harry M. Donarski, 63 

Thirf Ki.rr Ym\U — Hurv M i!-.*vr 

Ut.ji.ii. m. j.cj j«u n »t hi* \i» 

U<->; in TTiicf Rj*cr 1*11* i>» 1 i 

I uncral teniae* »ill be held kiM.t 

Thjn,Ja> H 1 p m. at the Si d* i-nc 
Hcrr.jrJ * CaihoU" church Inter- \ ,. 

n.-r.t will be in lSc chun.h (mom prime 

The Green l-'uncril Home n in T:rv. 



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Alice Lund, 97 

(Joodridff — Alice t.unj. <J7. 
died July i: at her heme in 
GoodriJ»:c. 

Funeral wkcs will he hclJ July 
15 Jl the Itcihanv Lutheran church 
»ith He>. Dob Kelly offtciannp. 
Special music will be pnmdcd by 
Grace Ham- 
mer. Caikci- 
bcarcn »ill be 
Rav Lund, 
Douglas Mil- 
ler. Omn Hau- 
gan. Neil Gil* 
Icipic. Sicvcn 
Gillcpie and 
Brian Gille- 
spie. Inter- 
mem i* in the 
church ceme- 
tery. The Bel- 
mom Funeral Home is in charge of 
arrangement*. 

Visitation will be held Tuesday 
from ] to 9 p.m. at the Belmont 
Funeral home in Thief River Falls 
with a 7 pjn. prayer service and at 
the church on'Wednesday for one 
hour before the service. 

Alice Haugan was bom May 20. 
1895 at Climax, the daughter of 



S. Arnold Amberson, 70 




1)1.1. .in,l A ..-tic Hjurjn. She pre* 
up in ih* Wjnkc area of Polk county 
jnJ »j» married Sept. 17. WW 10 
Ff^TiL Lund at WjnLe. Thc> lived 
in Huki'n lo*nship. Polk county 
until ITS when they moved to 
IlishljnJir.^and bier 10 Thief River 
Falh In l*J5f> they returned to 
Jli»-h!..nJin>\ Her hu\band died in 
1^74. In l y K7 she moved to 
Goodndge where *hc lived until 
October I'Wl. At that time she 
mined to Thief River Falls to live 
with her daughter. She was a mem- 
ber of Bethany Lutheran church and 
ladies aid. 

She is survived by two sons: 
Lloyd of Thief River Falls and Den- 
nis of Goodndge; one daughter. 
Alvcida Noel of Thief River Falls; 
five grandchildren; five great-grand- 
children; and one brother. Arnold 
Haugan of Trail. 

She was preceded in death by her 
husband; one daughter, Jane; one 
son, George; one granddaughter. 
Julie Noel Larson: one sister. 
Gudrin; two brother. Olaf and 
Halvor; and a son-in-law, Duanc 
Noel. 



Red Lake Falls — S. Arnold 
Amberson. 70. died July S at the 
Hillcrcst Nursing Home in Red 
Lake Falls. 

Funeral services were held July 
11 at the Faith Lutheran church in 
Mentor with Rev. Milo Malhison 
officiating. Special music was pro- 
vided by Rev. Milo and Marilyn 

• Mathison. vocalists, and Evelyn 
Nielson, organist. Casketbcarcrs 
■were Milton Pazdernik, Greg John- 
son, Darrcll Anderson, Alvin 
Brovald, Dale Moran and Hcrold 
Kecler. The Pcttcrson Funeral 

_Home is in charge of arrangements. 
S. Arnold Amberson wasborn 
May 7, 1922 in Polk county, the son 
of Peter and Palma (Kind) Amber- 
son. He attended school and grew 
up in Polk county, where he farmed 



and was in the logging business. On 
Sept. H, 19S7 he was united in mar- 
riage to Clarice Assclin at Ok lee. 
On May 20. 1992 he became a resi- 
dent or Hillcrcst Nursing Home. He 
was a member of a fiddlers organi- 
zation. 

He is survived by his wife; two 
sons: Kenneth of Casper.. WY and 
Edwin of 4 Rcd Lake. Falls: 14 
stepchildren; several grandchildren 
and great-grandchildren; two sisters: 
Mrs. Albert (Marie) LaPlante of 
Oklcc and Mrs. Milton (Violet) 
Pazdernik of Erskinc; and three 
brothers: Walter and Palmer of Sol- 
way and Alvin of Grand Forks, ND. 

He was preceded in death by his 
parents; one brother, Maurice; and 
two sisters in infancy. 



Dear Readers, 

Praarrangemont ot a funeral service may relieve 
the survivors ot a difficult chore during their emotional 
turmoil - it can assure the type of funeral that you 
wish - it canprovide peace of mind that the task is 
completed. To finance the funeral service, a trust 
fund, earning interest, can be established at a local 
financial Institution. We invite you to inquire about 
prearrangement at Belmont 

Respectfully, 

. (Belmont funeraftHome 

^ • Lmny Baitmont A 




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Jerry W. Tygeson, 57 



Minneapolis — Jerry W. Tjrge- 
»on, 57. a former resident of Thief 
River Falli. died June 23 in Min- 
neapolis. 

Funeral services were held June 
29 at the House of Hope Lutheran 
church in New Hope. 

Jerry William Tygeson was bom 
Dec. 1 1 , 1934 in F-osston, the son of 
L. L. and Manon (VaaJcr) Tygeson 
He grew up in Crookston and Thief 
River Falls. He attended Lincoln 
high school and graduated in 1951 



He was also a graduate ot the Uni- 
versity of Minnesota. At the ume of 
his death he was a partner in Service 
By Air, an air freight forwarding 
company in Minneapolis. 

He is survived by his wife, Jean; 
one son, Thomas Tygeson of Cham- 
plin; three daughters: Judy Fischer 
of Maple Grove. Susan Tygeson of 
Sl Paul and Lori Tygeson of Cham- 
plin; two grandchildren; and one 
sister. Jeanne Williams of Thief 
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1992 county fair 
has mixed success 



(Continued 

fairs contracted with the Dale 
Thomas Shows. During the winter, 
Dale Thomas died and Murphy 
Bros, acquired the majority of that 
show, attempting to fulfill the 
Thomas Shows' schedule with a 
combination of rides and other 
equipment this year. Spreading of 
the equipment over several (airs 
resulted in having fewer rides in 
Thief River falls than had been 
anticipated. 

Assurances were given by the 
carnival management that the fair 
here next year would have bigger 
and better rides if better scheduling 
could be worked out among the 
area fairs so there is less duplica- 
tion of dates. Local fair board offi- 
cials would prefer to have the 
Pennington fair a week or two later 
than this year if possible. 

Lowell Swonson of Goodndge 
won the Dodge pickup truck award- 
ed by the fair board on its annual 
raffle. ' 

Total premiums paid out this 
year were S9.389.50, an increase 
from $8,871 in 1991 and S8.423 in 
1990. Open class premiums at 
S7.566 were up from $7,140 in 
1991 and S6.567 in 1990 while 4-H 
club premiums at $1 ,823.50 were 
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lion include the following with the 
comparative 1991 figures listed in 
parentheses: 

Beef. $1,719 ($1,505); Dairy. 
$612.50 ($622.50); Sheep. $357.50 
($414); Swine, none ($96); Goats, 
$631 (S434.50); Poultry. S688.50 
($665); Rabbits. $174 (S183); 
Horses, $1,137.50 ($867.50); and 
Dogs. $26 JO ($42 JO); 

Also Agriculture, $363.50 
($417); Adult Flowers, S166.50 
(S244); Childrcns Flowers, S32.25 
($38.25); Adult Culinary. S450J0 
($452); Children's Culinary, 
SI 12.50 ($78.50); Adult.Nccdle- 
work, $169.50 ($206); and Child- 
ren's Needlework, $4.75 ($7); 

Also Adult Sewing. $120 
(S127.25): Children's Sewing. S36 
($24); Adult Arts and. Crafts. 
$401.25 (S386): Woodworking. 
$125.50 ($89.50); Student Art, 
$129.50 (S114); and Senior 
Citizens, $107.75 (S126J0). 

General attendance at the fair 
was down this year from the 
tremendously successful fair of a 
year ago, Anderson said- Parking 
income was dawn in relation to the 
total attendance. 

The board will have some deep 
thinking to do and^ number of 
decisions to moke in regard to the 
1993 fair." Anderson said. "We 
hope to build on the team penning 
event which was well received and 
we had a number of positive com- 
ments about the pelting zoo and the 
Wednesday evening gospel music 
night at the bandshell. 

"Wc believe that things ran well 
from on operational standpoint and 
that most people were pleased with 
most aspects of the fair. Wc only 
could have used more people and 
more dollars, and maybe they just 
weren't available this year." 

Michele Bodell 
candidate for 
Miss T.R. Falls 

(Ccaitinued from Page 1) 

lists hunting with her dad, going for 
long, peaceful walks, reading a 
book and visiting with friends. She' 
has one brother, Shone, 23. Both of 
her parents are employed at Arctco, 
Inc., her father in maintenance and 
her mother in the Tigcrshark watcr- 
craftdivision. 

"My ambitions for the future arc 
to finish college and get a business 
management degree and a degree in 
human services," she said. "I 
would like to work with disabled 
children on the administrative level 
and to own and run a business 
which helps people in many differ- 
ent ways." 

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and four in possession in the Fergus 
Falls/Alexandria and Southwest 
Border zones. Hunting is prohibited 
within lOfXfyards of any surface 
water "during these seasons. 
Hunting is also prohibited from 

?iblic roads or rights-of-way in the 
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Hunting and Trapping Regulations, 
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August 

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land,- Bremicker noted, -Hunters 
should secure permission from 
Undowners well bet ore the season." 



(ConuTsacd from Pi^e 1) 
ihroujhout the day. Tnii bnefint;, 
however. d>d not prepare the band 
for what ni to otciar the ne*l day. 

Waiing early lo cat, ihower, and 
dreis in uniform, the Prowler 
Marching band wai cKortcd by 
police lo the beginning of the 
parade route along with a convoy 
of five other bands. The police 
escort showed exactly how ooja- 
nired the 70-year-old parade was. 
Not only was the traffic on the 
main streets stopped, but a team of 
motorcycles and squad cars kept 
any other traffic from interfering 
with the convoy. 

When the band Finally arrived M 
the parade route, they had to quick- 
ly unload, have pictures taken, 
warm-up, and thev were off! The 
parade route itself was rather sim- 
ple:- ■ rectangle that ran right 
through the heart of downtown Cal- 

Along the noarly three-mile 
route, close to 250.000 people wild- 
ly cheered the band on. The folks 
in Calgary thought nothing of walk- 
ing right in front of or in between 
die band. As if this large amount of 
people were not enough, three dif- 
ferent television stations broadcast 
the parade to millions of viewers 
across Canada and the United 
States. 

At the end of the parade, band 
members were congratulated on a 
job well done by spectators, other 
bands, chapcroncs and Felt. All 
this attention was fine, but what the 
band was really interested in was 
the table full of ice cold water a 
block from the end of the parade. 

With a quick trip back to Ernest 
Manning nigh for well-needed 
showers, the band's next destination 
was the Stampede and exhibition 
grounds. To make a comparison in 
size, imagine the Minnesota stale 
fair times three. One can now com- 
prehend the size of the grounds 
which consisted of a large midway, 
and entire Indian village, hundreds 
of games and food booths, a grand- 
stand and rodeo arena, the Olympic 
Saddlcdomc (home of the NHL's 
Calgary Flames), and hundreds of 
other facilities. 

The band was granted time to 
wander the grounds at their leisure, 
but met in front of the grandstand 
to go to the Stampede Opening 
Ceremonies. 

To begin the night's festivities 
were nine heats of chuckwagon 
races. Each chuckwagon had four 
horses, plus riders on single horses 
to lead the wagon through barrels 
and around a one-mile track. 

In the firsOieat of the chuck- 
wagon races, the front two horses 
of the lead wagon became tangled 
in the traces and went down only a 
few feet from a first place finish, 
One horse walked away without 
injury, the other had a heart attack 
anddied^ 

When the chuckwagon races 
were completed, the official open- 
ing ceremonies began. As one of 
his duties as grand marshal, actor 
Leslie Nielsen of The Naked Gun- 
fame declared the Stampede open. 
What followed was three hours of 
extravaganza. 

The opening ceremonies includ- 
ed a performance of the Young 
Canadians. The more than 10,000 
people packed into the grandstand 
seating area were treated to perfor- 
mances by the Young Canadians. 
Young Canadians are a group of 
roughly 100 youth from across 
Canada that put on a huge chore- 
ographed show that could rival any 
Broadway performance. Perhaps 
the most unique thing about the 
show is that all of the Young Cana- 
dians were the age of many mem- 
bers of the Prowler Marching band 
or younger. 

Other performances included 
traditional Indian dancing, as well 
as Ukrainian dancers, commen- 
tary/comedy by a Canadian- come- 
dian, a 125 gun salute (one for each 
year of Canada's independence) by 
Canadian cadets, acrobats from the 
.Moscow Circus and countless other 
performances. — 

The entire show ended with a 
fireworks display that lighted the 

' sky as if it were mid day. 

~ Activities tor the band within 
the next few days included several 
stand-up concerts performed in the 
middle of a street located in Her- 
itage Pork — a.city within Calgary 
that hasn't changed since 1900 — 
and in_Rc/pc_Pj>rk' Actually, Rope 
Park only exists during'Slampede" 
time. It is otherwise known as 
Olympic Village. The Olympic 
Village is where award ceremonies 
of the 1988 WintcrOlympics were 
held. It is also where the Prowler 
Marching band received its award 
for placing third in the high 
school/community band competi- 
tion^ the Stampede parade. The 
band hod to beat 20 other bands to 
win third prize. 

During a stand-up concert, mem- 
bers from the Stampede band com- 
mittee presented a white ribbon and 
$1 J00 to the marching band. Usu- 
ally third place receives only 
$1,000, but the band committee 
decided to award an extra $500 

because " the band exhibited the 

true spirit of the Stampede," accord- 
ing to FelL 



Attrptang the nhbon and money 
on behalf of the band were Com- 
mander* Heather Thompton and 
Karmen Ortloff . When uJuiei were 
given, pcturc* taken, and ipeochei 
made, ihc band played and marched 
out of the Olympic Village for the 
last bme. 

Other noteworthy attiviiiea for 
the hand in Calgary included a tnp 
to Canada Olympic park, site of the 
Olympic 90-meter ski jump, luge 
and bobsled tracks, as well as the 
Olympic Hall of Fame and many 
other sport facilities. 

The band also stopped by a water 
park, went shopping in Calgary 
malls, and had free lime to explore 
Calgary on their own. 

On July 6, the hand was back on 
the road to the United States. The 
first stop was Glacier National Park 
in Montana. While in Glacier, the 
band spent its only night in a hotel. 
The Swift Current Motor Inn was 
far less than glamorous, as no room 
had a television set or even a tele- 
phone. It did. however, have a hot 
shower, and beds with real maurcss- 
es, which were welcomed luxuries 
to the 100 band members who had 
previously slcrt on gym floors and 
waited in endless lines for ice-cold 
showers. 

Because there was no recreation- 
al facilities, band members had to 
resort to good old mother nature for 
the evening entertainment. One 
group of band members were out for 
a hike and were chased up a tree and 
on a cliff by a black bear. 

Once again, early the next morn- 
ing, the band climbed on tour buses 
that would take them on the "High- 
way to the Sun," The buses were 
1930 tour buses that had recently 
received new engines. It was a 
good thing the band took these 
buses because the regular charters 
might not have made it up the steep 
mountain roads. (While in Albcna, 
the passengers of one bus had to get 
out and literally push their bus until 
it started.) 

The day in Glacier was a wet, 
and chilly day; but riders on several 
of the tour buses decided to be 
adventurous and tour the mountains 
with the roofs of their bus retracted. 

After making it to Logan Pass, 
the Continental Divide, the Weeping 
Wall, and countless waterfalls and 
mountains, the band was dropped 
off at one, resort only to hop on the 
bus and head for another resort. 

'At the last resort, the band had 
time to relax at a real resort. Swim- 
ming, golfing, dining, and shopping 
were only a few of the activities one 
could join. Following a full day of 
fun, many band members only 
wanted to head home, but they had 
one more evenL 

At the huge Glacier Park Lodge, 
a banquet was prepared in honor of 
the band. Band members and chap- 
crones were treated to a feast of bar- 
bequed'steak, chicken, potatoes, 
apple pie, and all the other tradition- 
al summer picnic food. 

When everyone finished eating 

all they could, the band climbed on 

- board their buses and began its trek 

across Montana and across North 

Dakota. 

After another 24 hours on the 
bus, the band pulled into Thief 
River Falls to receive the same fan- 
fare that marked the beginning of 
their adventure. A police escort 
lead the buses through town and 
back to Lincoln high school where 
balloons, parents and a reception 
awaited band members. 

Many band members stuck 
around to watch television coverage 
of. their performance and accept the 
congratulations from Mayor Bob 
Reeve, School Board Representative 
Larry Belmont, Director Bruce Felt, 
and the Band Boosters. 

After a long and rewarding 
adventure, members of die Lincoln 
high school marching band were 
' happy to get home to hot showers, 
good mattresses and soft pillows. 



Brooks 



Little Alosla, daughter ot Gomrd and 
Kim Novak of Thief Rivor Falls was a 
Friday overnight guest o! her grandpar- 
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Novak Sr. 

— Aj p adnl dnn^party-waahald-Sun-^- 
day evening in honor of Dona Rock 
with children, David Rock and family, 
Arnle and Pam Paradis and family, 
John and Volarie Walker of Crookston, 
Bob and Peggy Orrock and family of 
Becker, and Joyce Rock, to help Dana 
celebrate his birthday, "Happy-Birthday, 

Dona. ' 

■Mr, and Mrs. Harvey R\ end eau 
attended the Funeral of Flora Pago In 
Rod Lake Falls on Saturday. 

Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. 
Arthur Gagner were Dale Gagner ol 
Oallvfe. Russell Gagnor, Richard and 
Gloria Ophus oil of Hugo.Rlchard Gag- 
ner, David and Melissa, and Loren 
Gagner all of Hamm Lake, Donna 
Josephson and Kelly of Thief River 
Falls, Nick Gagner of Hutchinson, and 
Roger Gagner of Lonsdale, and all 
attended the class reunion and 100th 
Centennial In Mentor, and on Sunday 
they all attended the BOth birthday 
party in honor of Mrs. Frances Woln In 
Fosston. 

. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Deakens. Kelsey 
and-Bryont of Milwaukee, Wl. have 
spent the past weok-wlth her parents; 
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley ( Myhre, and to 
attend the 50th wedding anniversary of 

" Robin's- nunt mid uncle, Mr. and Mrs. 

. Wally Seeger at Red Lake Falls, and- 
also a family reunion in Plumrtw. 



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Tuesday, July 14 

7 lo 8 ajn. Toastmastm meeting 
at north conference room. North- 
west Medical center. TRF. 

7:30 p.m. Nordic chapter of 
American Diabetes association 
meeting at the CNC chapel. North- 
west Medical center, TRF. 

8 p.m. Compassionate Friends 
meeting at the Lmbasiy center. Fos- 
tton. 

Wednesday, July 15 

9 a.m. Northland Community 
llospice board meeting at Northwest 
Medical center. TRF. 

2 p.m. Good Cheer club meeting 
at Elizabeth Howick home. TRF. 

7:30 pjn. Sons of Norway meet- 
ing at the Eagles hall, TRF. 

Thursday, July 16 

10 to 11:30 a.m. Blood pressure 
and foot care clinic at the Heritage 
center. TRF. 

12 noon Northstar college 
reunion at Best Western Inn, TRF. 

7 p.m. Northwest Community 
Action, Inc. board of directors meet- 
ing at the Badger office. 

7:30 to 10:30 p.m. Senior citizen 
dance at the Heritage center, TRF. 

7:30 p.m. "Annie" musical at Lin- 
coln high school auditorium. TRF. 

Friday, July 17 

12 noon Kcenagcrs meeting at 
Holt community center. 

5 to 7 p.m. Our Saviour's Chris- 
tian academy smorgasbord at the 
academy. TRF." 

6 to 8 p.m. Open house baby 
shower for Julie Stcnncs at the Deo 
Ernst home, rural TRF. 

7 p.m. Open house bridal shower 
for Val Bruggcman at 303 Fourth 
street W., TRF. 

7:30 p.m. "Annie" musical at Lin- 
coln high school auditorium, TRF. 

Saturday, July 18 

2 to 4 p.m. Open house anniver- 
sary celebration for Robert and Bcr- 
nice Looker at the Heritage center, 
TRF. 



2 lo * p.m, Open house birthday 
celebration for Monica Rutun at the 
Cmonlnn.TRF. 

7:?0 p.m. "Annie" mustcal at Lin- 
coln high school auditorium. TRF. 

Sunday, July 19 

2 p.m. "Annie" musical at Lin- 
coln high school auditorium, TRF. 

2 to 4 p.m. Open house bridal 
shower for Cinda.Syverson at St. 
Bernard's Catholic church. TRF. 

2 to 4 p.m. Open house birthday 
celebration /or Junis Tanner at the 
Holt community center. 

2 to 5 p.m. Open house birthday 
celebration for Marie Lchrcr at 
Ruth's Steak House. Red Lake 
Falls. 

2 to 5 pjn. Open house anniver- 
sary cefcbralion for Keough and Lil- 
lian Fournicr at St. Anthony's 
Catholic church. Terrtbonne. 

3:30 p.m. Pollock picnic for Fos- 
ston and Area Singles' Christian 
Fellowship group at the Robert 
Clark home, tosston. 

' Monday, July 20 

1 pjn. Friendship club meeting at 
the Heritage center. TRF. 

6:30 p.m. VFW MOCA supper 
and meeting at the VFW club, TRF. 

8 p.m. Eagles auxiliary meeting 
at the Eagles hall, TRF. 

8 p.m. Northern lodge meeting at 
the Masonic lodge, TRF. 

8 p.m. Compassionate Friends 
meeting at Presbyterian church, 
Crookston. 

Tuesday, July 21 

12 noon Toastmasters meeting at 
the TRF public, library. 

12 to 2 p.m. Christian Women's 
club meeting at the American 
Legion club, TRF. 

2 p.m. Trinity Golden Years 
group meeting at the Trinity Luther- 
an church, TRF. 

6:30 p.m. Christian Women's 
After-Five club meeting at the Best 
Western Inh. TRF. - 

7:30 p.m. Northern Prairie Artists 
association meeting at Country 
Class Arts. TRF. 



Kay Steiger 
nominee for 
hospital board 

Nominating committee of the 
Ntwthwtu Medical Centex board of 
directors has nominated Kay 
(Wedul) Striper to succeed Dale 
Dilkm en the hoard of the medical 
center »ilh the annual meeting and 
election to he "held Monday. Sep- 
tember H. 

Dillon will complete nine yean 
of service on the medical center 
board in September and under the 
center's bylaws is ineligible for 
board service until ihrec calendar 
years have clanvd. The board offi- 
cially expressed its appreciation 10 
Dillon for his three terms of ser- 
vice. 

Also nominated for three-year 
terms by the nominating committee 
were incumbent directors Cathy 
Belmont. Larry Rohlf and Dr. Peter 
Johnson, all of whose terms expire 
in September, All have agreed to 
have their names placed in nomina- 
tion. The committee's report was 
accented by the medical center 
board at its June 22 meeting. 

By-laws of the medical center 
association provide the association 
membership with the opportunity to 
nominate candidates from among 
the membership. These nomina- 
tions are due in the hospital admin- 
istrative office at or before 5 p.m. 
on Saturday. August 1. Each nomi- 
nation is to be accompanied by the 
nominee's written consent to serve 
if elected and the signatures of five 
association members. 

Meeting lime and agenda for the 
annual meeting September 14 at the 
Best Western Inn have not been 
determined by the board of direc- 
tors at this time but will be 
announced prior to the meeting, 
according to Richard A. Spyhalski, 
chief executive officer of the medi- 



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Weekly Happenings 
In the Thief River Falls Area 

SUPPORT GROUPS 

Al-Anon inealng. HKSdays at 8 pjn. at ihc Northwest Medical 

OT1 Al-Anoa meeting, Sunday! at 8 pjn. at the Notlhwest Medical , 
cailor(Roomll3),TRF. • . ' 

Alcoholic! Anonymous, Alpha groop, Tuesdays at 8 pjn. «t the 
Northwest Medical center, north conference room. TRF. 

Alcoholics Anonymous, Alpha group, Fndays at 8 p.m. at the 
Northwest Medical center, north conference room, TRF. 

. Alcoholics AKmymoiB,Alphagroiip:Simday»al8p.m,allhe 
Northwest Medical center, north cpnlerence room, TRF. 

Alcoholics Anonymous, Helping Hands group, Saturdays at 8 
n.m.'at the St Bemimfs Catholic church, TRF. 

Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, Thursdays at 8 p.m. at the 
.RedeeoerLuihenmiairrerirTOF. ,',,;.,„ 

Alcoholics Anonymous, YdurigPcopIos group, Mondays at 6.30 
pjn. at Northwest Medical center, (Room 113). TRF. 

Alcoholics- Anonymous meeting; Mondays at 8 p.m. at Hrst 
Lutheran church, Middle River. 

Chronic Illness support group, Thursdays at 7 p.m. at the 
RedeemaUlheranchurchfutsideroonl,TRF. • 

Gamblers Anonymous meeting. Thursdays at 8 p.m. at North- 
west Medical center, old coffee shop, TRF. . ^ • 

Narcotics Anonymous, Wednesdays at 8 p.m. at the Northwest 
Medical center chapel, TRF. . ., . 

Overeaters Anonymous. Thursdays at 7 p.m. at the Northwest 
Medical center, Room 113, TRF. . .., JJt 

Overeaters Anonymous, Wednesdays at 7 p.m. at the Middle 
River community center. rt . Jr .„ ,. ,, TDD 

TOPS meeting, Mondays at 7 p.m. at the Odd Fellows hall. TRF. 

TOPS mecUng, Wednesdays at 7 p-m-at the Oundersort court 

™ m TOPS y meetin'g, Fridays at 9 ajn. at llw United Methodist church, 

Violence Intervention Project wtrmeWsirroort group for victims 
ofdomesttcru)iOT<formcmlmormadon,call681-»57). 

Weight Watchers meeting, Tuesdays at 6:15 pjn. at the TRt? 

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-'™"TawaBBcl n t,T^resduys at 6:30-«jrirfHhc-Bcst-Wc 

Golden Kiwanis dub, Tuesdays at 9:36 a.m. at the Best Western 

'Noon Lions club, Wednesdays at 12 noon at the Legion club. 

Sports Boosters club, Thursdays at 12 noon at the Rex cafe, 

Rotary clufclMondays at 12:15 ipjn. at ¥e"¥esT Western TriS 
TRF. . <i ' 

07WS? 

Community Service Center at 1004 S. Tlndolph, TRF, will bo 
open Mondays from 1 to 6 pjn. 



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LHS reunion 
begins Friday 
at Elks club 

Lincoln high school class of 
1947 will meet at the Elk's club in 
Thicf'Rivcr Falls Friday evening 
and on Saturday at Lon's restaurant. 
. Friends of class members arc invit- 
ed to attend both events after 9 p.m. 

Public input sought in 
MN graduation rule 

An important pan of the proposed 
new giuuuation rule being consid- 
ered by the State Board of Educa- 
tion are specific performance stan- 
dards in reading, writing, mathemat- 
ics and problem solving. The pro- 
posed new rule would base gradua- 
tion on student demonstration of 
competency in specific skill areas, 
in contrast to the present rule which 
requires only completion of 20 cred- 
its in specified subject areas, with- 
out regard to what is actually - 
learned or the standard for measur- 
ing success. 

Through a scries of regional 
meetings, the Slate Board of Educa- 
tion has sought public input in iden- 
tifying 43 competencies in seven 
areas essential to the well-prepared 
high school graduate: communica- 
tion, decision making, influencing* 
community action, understanding 
diversity, working cooperatively, 
developing physical and emotional 
well-being and contributing to ceo- ' 
nomic well-being. 

Now the board is inviting public 
comment to determine performance 
standards in the critical arcas-of 
reading, writing, mathematics and 
problem-solving. The board seeks 
to identify practical behaviors from- 
everyday life that reflects the 
knowledge and skills essential to 
success as a person, citizen, worker 
and lifelong learner, behaviors such 
ns the ability to' read instructions for 
filing basic tax returns, write a per- 
suasive letter to the editor or use 
statistics in understanding reports. 

What do you sec as practical 
measures of competency in iBc four 
key areas? The State Board of Edu- 
cation seeks your suggestions of 
specific examples of behavior that 
best complete the toiiowing"staie-- 
ments: 

•A high school graduate should 
be able to read... 

•A high school graduate shoulc 
be able to write... 

•A high school graduate should 
be able to use mathematics- In the 
following situations^. 

•A high school graduate should 
be able to solve problems *in the fol- 
lowing situations... 
■ Your suggestions arc needed. 
Please send them to Joan Wallin, 
660 Capitol Square building. 550 
Cedar street. St. Paul, MN 55101. 



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Annit. ptrlormtd by KffltJ Holland. If Intro- 
ductd to "down on thtkr tuck" rssldtntl. All 
irg performer* in tftc Thiai Rhrm F»Ot eomrnu- 
nrtv tducitton performanct of Annit which will 
b* performed it thi Lincoln high ichool audito- 
rium July 16-18 beginning at 7J0 p.m. and on 
July 19 beginning at 2 p.m. Pictured above art 



the following cast members: (front row, from 
left] Linda Ronchettl Jetwca Porter, Kelal Hol- 
land and Mofly Holland ae MoBy, Alan* Madi- 
craft. Jan Peterson, and Kay Teeteri; (middle 
row) Valerie Solem, Kathy Otaon. Diane John- 
son, Peggy Rothchild; (back row) Wendy Swan- 
son. Cheryl Ertekson, and John Medkraft 



The sun will coma up — with thla cast of 
orphans In thejwrformance of Ann to at the Lin- 
coln high school auditorium Jury 1B-1B at 7:30 
p.m. and on Jury 19 at 2 p.m. Admission Is $5 



for adults. S3 for children 12 and under and U 
for senior citizens. The performance Is under 
the direction of Jane Otson. Keis) Holland has 
been cast as Annie in the musical. 



Your Times 

Allows readers to speak out on a variety of issues 



by Sea.' Roger Mot 

The university of Minnesota 
Regents should be applauded for 
their vision and courage in expand- 
ing the Croofcston campus to a four- 
year baccalaureate program. 

I had the opportunity (o speak 
individually to each of the 12 
regents prior to last week's vote, and 
was pleased that they seemed to 
have an excellent understanding of 
the needs of our campus. 

In his commentary to the regents. 
University of Minnesota President 
Hasselmo said: 

The Crookston campus is at a 
turning point. We believe that the 
well-being of the Crookston campus 
and the interests of the northwestern 
part of our state arc best served by 
introducing a carefully formulated 
■ four-year program of study that 
Jrespoods to the education needs of 
the region and compliments the 
capacity of higher education in the 
northwest." 

It is clear that expansion of the 
services offered at Crookston is nec- 
essary to meet tne growing needs of 
area students. Studies have shown 
- that students entering UMC increas- 
ingly plan to pursue baccalaureate 
degrees, are very satisfied with the 
quality of education at UMC. and 
would continue their education 
there if given the opportunity. 



Nontraditional students arc also 
becoming a growing share of the 
student population at UMC. as eco- 
nomic dislocation forces individuals 
to seek alternate or additional edu- 
cation to be successful in the shrink- 
ing recessionary job market. 

UMC has demonstrated Us abili- 
ty to build partnerships with neigh- 
boring education institutions. Their 
strong track record of cooperation 
with other higher education institu- 
tions, high schools, local communi- 
ty and business leaden is indicative 
of the success they can expect in 
establishing UMC as a four-year 
institution. 

It's vital-thai all of the institu- 



tions work together to ensure that 
our region provides a comprehen- 
sive range of quality educational 
opportunities. Collaboration with 
the state university campuses at 
Moorhcad and Bemidji is particular- 
ly important to the success of the 
Crookston plan to ensure thai dupli- 
cation of programs docs not occur. 

Again. I applaud the UMJ3oard 
of Regents for their vision and 
courage in expanding the Crookston 
campus to a four-year program. The 
next step in the process of establish- 
ing UMC as a four-year institution 
is review of the plan by the Higher 
Education Coordination Board 
(HECB). 




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Rochester. 



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Kelsl Holland, cast as Annie In the musical of 
the same name. Is Introduced to Oliver War- 
bucks {Mark Thornton) and his servants by 
Grace Farrell (Ruth Chrlstensan). Servants, 
from (eft include: Valerie Solem, Cheryl Erlck- 
son, Linda Ronchettl, Wendy Swanson, Dlans 

Area students 
on Northland 
President's list 

Northland Community College 
named 101 students on the Presi- 
dent's list. To be on the list, stu- 
dents must have at least a 3.25 grade 
point average in 12 or more credits. 
Thirty-two of these students 
achieved a straight A (4.0) average. 

The following are Northland stu- 
dents who earned a GPA of 4.0 for 
the spring quarter 

Reta Rantancn-Carpcnicr, Char- 
lotte Johnson, Shannon Olson', Dar- 
cic Scnum, Michelle Swanson and 
Gloria Wilson of Thief River Falls; 
Jacqueline Foster, Eunice Udstrand 
and Susan Witcgski of Grecnbush; 
Allan Avclsgard, Sharon Ekman and 
Jennifer-'Jorgcnson of Newfolden; 
Susanna Marquis of Oklcc;'Lyn 
Busch of Red Lake Falls. 

The following students earned a 
325 average or higher spring quar- 
ter 

Kari Anderson, Kristlne Beau- 
doin, Michael Bcaudoin, Heidi Ben- 
nett, Toni Bover, Darcie Caswell, 
Desirce Christianson, Kelly Engcl- 
man, Thomas Goddard, Nancy Hal- 
bert, Roscmarie Hendrickson, Jody 
Houkkcr, Morit Hultecn, Rebckah 
Johnsen, Jennifer Johnson, Melissa 
Kezar, Heather Kollmann, Einer 
Langelett, Maria Lee, Miranda 
Miller, Bobbie Jo Norberg, LuCinda 
Patterson, Matthew Samuelson, 
Andrea Samuelson, Patty Saustad, 
Carol Sorcnson, Annette Swanson, 
CherytTverstol, Lorn Wagner and 
Sheila Wheeler of Thief River Falls; 
Shannon Hcnrickson of Goodridgc; 
Nanette Berg and Gaylc Gram of 
Middle River; Patricia Olson, Lee 
Vfcdbraaicn and Mary Walsh of Red 
Lake Falls; Nancie Bicniaki and 
Larry Ouhl of Warren. 

163 people 
donate blood 

One hundred and eighty-two pco- 

Ele volunteered to give blood at' a 
lood drive sponsored by First Unit- 
ed Methodist Church. Of these peo- 
ple, 163 were able to give blood. 
~— -Thc-drivcyhcId-on-Juno-30-and 

July 1, was coordinated by Peter 
. Solem. United Methodist assisted 

with recruiting donors and publiciz- 
ing the drive. 
Others who assisted with the 

drive were: Libby Jones, Cathy. 

Spcnglcr, Rosemary Naeseth. Cat 

Lindbcrg, Catherine Nopcr, Marge 

Green, Mable Smith, Orin Green, 

Jan Hoff, Vicki Lindbcrg, Steve 

Anderson, Marilyn Weir, Jan Ness, 

Nancy Skeim, Va\ Solem, Elizabeth 

Jones, Kay Nelson and Clarice 

Collins. 

McDonald's restaurant furnished 

juice and cups. Maintenance from 

Northwest Medical Center helped 

unload and load mobile equipment. 

Space to hold th e dri ve wasjirovid^ 

ed'by lhe - Nordiwest"WcdicafCcn- 



Johnion, Peggy Rothchild, Alane Medlcraft, 
Jessica Porter, Kathy Olson, Jan Peterson and 
Patrick Fisher. Annie will be performed In the 
Lincoln high school auditorium from July 16 - 
18 beginning at 7:30 p.m. and on Jury 19 begin- 
ning at 2 p.m. 




Daddy Warbucks and Annie meet with Franklin Delano Roosevelt 
Tho musical Annlo will be performed at the Lincoln high school 
auditorium beginning at 7:30 p.m. July 16-18 and 2 p.m. on July 
19. Cast in leading rolls Include: Rob Burke) as Franklin Delano 
Roosevelt Mark Thornton as Oliver Warbucks,' and Kelsl Holland 
as Annie. 




Scheming on how to take advantage of a situation; Dene 
McGeary as Lily, Heidi Hoks as Miss Hannlgan, and Tom Ronchettl 
as Rooster, rehearse a scene In the musical Annie. The show will 
brperformed-atthr Lincoln high schooiaudrtarlum batweerrJuh/ - 
16-18 beginning at 7:30 p.m. and on Jury 19 at 2 p.m. 



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Lftnz/Rux reunion set 

^bt annual Ifni/Hui rrunion 
anil W VU SunJj). Jul* l<* at CV 
Flo)d Hut home at I'ninn lake. 
Eraiinr Thctr »ill he a r*t)*k at 
I pm Coffrr. purxh »nd uteri till 
'will hr fumnhrd Irvmh arc altn 
•rknme w allcnd 

Foot care clinic set (or 
July 22 In Grygla 

A loot care clinic will he held 
Wednesday. July 22 at 9.30 am. at 
tfce Grygla community center. To 
■sake an appointment, call Mri. 
Aune at 294-6XX). Nurses from the 
Man hill County Nurting service 
will icak feet and trim nails. There 
to a W charge per penon. 



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Calvary Lutheran Church 

St. Haaira. Minnesota 

Taol Jo SkJdum. Pastor 

Sunday. July IB: 11 am. Worship. 

Houtacoaiara depart. N*w»iener Item* 

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Fire destroyed a barn at the Scott Ptiilipp farm 
located ]ust Inside Marshall county Uvea miles 
west ol Highway 1 on Marshall County 12. Sev- 
eral pieces of farm machinery were pulled away 
from the barn before they ware damaged by 



fire, but a swather was caught In the blaze. 
Fire crews from Thief River Falls and NewfoWen 
responded to the report of a fire which was 
received at about 535 p.m. Saturday. The bam 
was considered a total lass. 



Senior Meals 1 



Thief River Falls 

Your nutrition center a place for 
meals and information on services 
for older adults. 

Sunday, July 19: Serving from 
11:45 - 12:45 p.m. Stuffed cabbage 
roll, paprika potatoes, carrot coins, 
blueberry muffin/margarine, mixed 
melon cubes, milk. 

Monday, July 20: Country steak 
w/mushroom gravy, boiled potato, 
stewed tomatoes, lemon gelatin 
w/pineapplc tidbits, bread/mar- 
gannc,- applesauce, milk. 

Tuesday. July 21: Baked chicken, 
mashed potatoes, gravy, carrots, 
bread/margarine, brownie ala mode, 
milk. 

Wednesday. July 22: Boiled ham, 
boiled potato, melted margarine, 
boiled carrots, bread/margarine, 
pineapple upside-down cake, milk. 

Thursday. July 23: Deviled pork 
chop, augralin potatoes, green 
beans, brcad/margarinc, tapioca 
pudding, w/whipped topping, milk. 

Friday, July 24: Swiss steak, pars- 
Icy potatoes, "cauliflower, bread/ 
margarine, fresh pear or pear saucCj 
milk. 

Lutheran Social service center 
nutrition program .will serve meals 
at the Heritage center at 301 East 
4th street Monday through Friday 
except holidays. Serving begins at 
11:45 a.m. Reservations arc to be 
made one day in advance, "g o make 
reservations call 681-279Tbctwccn 
8:30 n.m. and noon. 

'denotes low salt and fat. 

St. Hllaire 

Your nutrition center; a place for 
meals and informationon services 
for older adults. 

Monday, July 20: Country steak 
w/mushroom gravy, boiled potato, 
stewed tomatoes, lemon gelatin, 
w/pincapplc tidbits, brcad/mar- 
garinc, applesauce, milk. 

Wednesday. July 22: Boiled ham, 
boiled potato, melted margarine; 
boiled carrots, bread/margarine, 
pineapple upside-down cake, milk. 

k Friday, July 24: Swiss stSik, pars- 

ley potatoes. cauliflowcr\hrcird/ 
margarine, fresh pear or pear sauce, 
milk. 

Volunteers nrc.nccdcd for Mon- 
day, Wednesday and Fndayr" _ 

The second Monday of the month 
will be the birthday party. 
, Lutheran Social Service center's 
nutritionprogram-wiU-scrvcmcalS- 



at the St. Hilairc Senior Center on 
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays 
except holidays. Serving begins at 
12 noon. Reservations are to be 
made two days in advance. For 
reservations call 964-5231 between 
11 a.m. and 1p.m. 

Meals On Wheels 

Monday. July 20: Baked chicken, 
steamed ncc w/gravy. stewed toma- 
toes, tossed salad w/1000 Island 
dressing, Dutch apple pie, wheat 
bread w/margarinc, milk- 
Tuesday. July 21: Salisbury steak 
w/gravy. whipped potatoes, sea- 
soned wax beans, apricot sauce, 
white bread w/margarinc. milk. 

Wednesday, July 22: Cranapple 
juice, stewed chicken w/dumpling, 
zucchini squash, lime sherbet, wheat 
bread w/margarinc, milk. 

Thursday, July 23: Beef 
strognnoff, seasoned noodles 
w/gravy, sliced parsley, carrots, 
pineapple marshmallow coleslaw, 
strawberry sundae, white bread 
w/margarinc, milk. 

Friday, July 24: Salmon loaf 
w/crcamed pea sauce, parsley pota- 
toes, whipped squash, lime gelatin 
w/fruit cocktail, wheat bread w/mar- 
garinc, milk. 

. Meals on Wheels will deliver 
meals Mondny thedugh Friday 
including holidays. For more infor- 
mation, call 681-4336 or 681-6861. 




Monday, July 20; Homemade 
bean soup w/ham, saldncs, raw veg- 
gies, cheese sandwich, fruit cock- 
tail, milk. 

Tuesday, July 21: Homemade 
mcalloaf.-mashcd potatoes, green 
beans w/mushroom soup, bread and 
butler, cantaloupe, milk. 

Wednesday, July 22: Macaroni 
hamburger hot dish, coleslaw salad, 
cherry jcllo, w/mtxed fruit, milk. 

Thursday, July 23: Hot dog on a 
bun, French fries, broccoli w/ 
cheese, pickles, pear halves, milk, 

Friday, July 24: Homemade veg- 
etable beef soup, saltines. bologna 
sandwich, boiled eggs, applesauce. 
..milk. 



Gully News 



.. Mrs. Esther Rulkowskl _ 



Gully Amorlcan Loglon Auxiliary 
■603 mot Tuooday wlin Choryl Nybo 
pioiidlng. Tho Flag Plodgo and Pream- 
ble lo iho Constitution was rood togeth- 
er. Esther Rulkowskl road tho prayer. 
Tho secretary's and Treasurer's reports 
ware given. The Auxiliary recolved sev- 
eral clinltona tor good work done during 
the year. SAnna Brovold end Irene 
Carbon sorvod lunch. Tho Loglon hod 
lunch with un loo. There wero 10 mom- 
born prosont. 

Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Vlgoren Irom 
— Rainsr. OR, vJslted-Saturday-evenlng at 



Floyd BorgX-. 

Mr. and Mrs. Orvlllo Haugan are 
proud to announce they became 
grandparents again. A baby girl was 
born June 0, at Gloria and Greg Poter- 
son ot Prior Lakb. She weighed 7 

Cnds and 3 ounces and they named 
Ashley Lyn. 
Alice Thompson's son. Victor 
Thompson and friends wore Wednes- 
day evening callers, at Eltle Handy. 
Pastor Dole Moe and Family ware brief 
collars too. 

Rev. Dale and Joan Hoe. Lisa, 
Justin, Kyle and Charlie and the dog 
-■pert two rt^^wlm Doug Robbint, — 



Golden Street 
quartet at 
Faith church 

Appearing Sunday. July 19. at 7 
p.m. at Faith Lutheran Brethren 
church in Thief River Falls will be 
the Golden Street" Quartet from 
Nevis. 

The group includes Doug Dent 
and his son Bill; Clair Erickson and 
his wife Jana; and Bill Lundsten 
and his wife Jan. Doug Dent plays 
guitar and Jana Erickson plays the 
piano. The others are vocalists. 

The group has been performing 
"southern style" gospel music since 
it was formed in 1972. The public 
is invited to attend the performance. 

— I . LETTERS"] 

To The Editor 

I have read the proposal for the 
grade school building lo be built on 
the airport road. The traffic on thai 
two-way street is now overcrowded 
at busy times of'lrio day and the 
future pressure is to increase sub- 
stantially from the increase in 
enrollment al the airport school irf 
the next couple of years. 

I would like to sec the proposed 
cost of road construction wc will 
mefio that site as opposed to the 
site at the north end of Duluth 
AvcnucTind Arnold Avenue. That. 
site seems to be a natural for direct 
connection to the other buildings of 
the school dislrict^such as the high 
school on Duluth and the Washing- 
ton school on Arnold. Making 
them one-way streets would give 
them an easy and safe flow of traf- 
fic. The sewer and water arc now 
at the end of those streets. 

Again, what will the real cost of 
the airport road site be for the tax- 
payers? 

Sincerely, 

Jim Engclstad 

ThicTRivcr Falls 

Dear Thief River Falls: 

Today, July 8,. 1992, we had the 
pleasure of serving your high 
school band as it passed through 
Devils Lake on its way back from 
Calgary. They were one of the 
nicest groups of young people wc 
have ever wnilcdon — polite, well 
disciplined and enthusiastic. They 
also did very well in Calgary and 
were eager to share that with us. 
- - Your community,-! am sure, is- 
vcry proud of them. .and you should 
be. Wc enjoyed every minute they 
were here. Our haw off to Mr. Felt 
and his crew. Thunks forstopping; 
you made our day!! ' 

Sincerely, 

Jerry Bugliosi McDonald's 

Devils Lake, ND 



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Ivorson were visitors at Iho Olln Han- 
son homo. 

Mr. and Mrs. Obort Hovet had dinner 
ot tho Sonlor Center In Goodridge on 
the 40i ol July. The Hovels also took in 
the p arade tha t day in Goodridge. _ 






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Speaking Of . . 

Sharon LaCour*»»r» 



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.-, V-'lcvSi'ilh [HknU. and wnici ■ (pmty much) 

_, ,'. , ,.-.t i,r.,lii ik mit»f Mn it callrd. "Thnoihu While 

v., ■ t , .;[ iV Kil thai tilk IcUi *\w sonvihinj. doesn't «? Tm 
••..- ■, k - ! tvn ink- Nx*u«e n it nne that I would wvci steal 
, • 1 „.,-, :'.i:-.k a4 i fc» other wlei he could have used ft* hi* 
: •> t\.i tV» are r** prmuNe in ■ family newtnancT 
V , ... .i> \.m ii.i ifc. my son-in-law and 1 have a luile 
■ ;v ■-, ; ; -.: (xwi and ft«h_ Ii n all in jood fun. of coune. or 
\>; ;: '■. i-- N-\-n unnl m*» Now I may have really done it! 
I v-'ii i.:--» »hcn thn aimpetiuon ttinrti Mi) be it rtaned at 
. ,•>! ru .J-iij^tct't »c\VJjn|j. when I hujfcd him and »h«neird 
!■:» ,^ r^r.tf "You i^e food care ol her. OR El-SEr 

V.i\tv ii mj/icJ »hcn he came over and sneaked ihe port 
. ■ ;•, 1 t. »l in the inJje ft» lupoer. Wc "- actually, he no! are one of 
:! :n 11..- i..mti-* run »a.t ihjjihey were merely browned and needed 
V tv Kii-J ft* another hour or so. I her it w« Ihc toufhot pork 
1 -p li- Oi.*r ur' I juM hope he doesn't jel some disease from eating 
r.i* r>ti..bo..iuy:hc »ill surely blame my cooking. 

M.ntv il -.Lined »ben he wrote a column about the "Black 
M If" in nn Kvk vard Remember lhat one? He claimed 1 had a 
-M.wl Hole" in my fcwk vard becauic he always had car trouble 
»l.-i»li: jui^d tuck, there. ' 

M.u tv it M.mcd v. hen I wrote a column back at him and called 
li;:n ihc "M.i'.icr of Disaster.' and said there wasn't any 'Black Mole* 
in im Kick Mid and il was all his own fault and trouble followed 
I : -! ihcrcverhe *ent like a 'Black Goud' ova his head. 

Vc\. I guess you can see thai we now have some kind of 
' iil.wl" thine going back and forth. But wail until I tell you about the 
I.u.-M 'Black' thing that went on between us. 

One djv List fall. September or October. I think. I came back to 
* -irk .ilicr my lunch break and the girls said. "Some flowers came for 

\HU." 

Oh. I was so pleased. I hardly ever get flowers a! work— just 
maybe once or twice on my birthdays (which I would rather not 
n- member, anvwav). 1 turned to look and... 

...The flowers looked dead! Had they frozen? I tried to smile 
and sav. "What beautiful flowers.* but the words stuck in my ihroaL I 
looted ai ihcm and looked at them and finally realized thai they 
"..•rent dead. They hadn't frozen. 

The doggone flowers were BLACK! Every single last one of 
id -m wax black. Black chrysanthemums, black daisies, even black 
kilties" breath and ferns! All placed neatly in a black bowL Arrgh! 

What did the note say? Who would have sent me black 
Mowers? There it was— "Happy Mother- in-Law's Day. Love. Jon." 

The flowers sat around the office for a while and got more and 
more Hack and pretty dried up. They were definitely a conversation 
piece! 

But. one day 1 figured out what I would do with those dry 
Mack flowers. I look the arrangement apart very carefully and placed 
each and every black chrysanthemum, every black daisy.every piece 
of babies* breath, and every single black fern in » box, along with the 
black bowl and the card lhat had come with them. - " " 

Yesterday was my son-in-law's birthday. He was 29. That is a . 
cood age for black, isn't il? 

You guessed it. ion got a large, very carefully gift wrapped, 
bcribboned package yesterday from his mother-in-law. He even got a 
card that had "Moiher-tn-Laws Day" crossed out and changed to 
"Birthday." and "Jon" crossed off and changed lo "Mom-in-Law." 

The question now is. what "Black Thing" will he think of next? 

Or maybe he should be wondering what "Black Thing* I will 
think of next, hum? Christmas is coming, after alL Ha! 



TRFAHA plans board meeting 

Thief River' Falls Amaleaur p.m. Monday. July 20. in the base- 
Hockey Associalion (TRFAHA) men! meelmg room of the city 
^plans.lo.tiojd a board meeting 7 auditorium^ _ 



Elderly abuse 
prevention 
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iton lo U* rn tort em en I afcnciet. 
count) nuntfij troiirt, and cks-ry 
on the hpci ol ihu»e laffered bj 
the rlJcih and mownc* that arc 
ivail*h4ek)tne eUetly 

The SWRDC i»»fdcd Older 
Ameruirt Act funJt for twopro 
trami ai their June mcetBij. The* 
funds »ill he u»ed in provide ser- 
vices for adulu tfx tf and older in 
nonhweitcm Minncuxa. The fundi 
were given under nxommendabon 
of Ihe Area Acency no Aging. 

Tn- Valley Opptrtunily Councd in 
Crooktion was ihe vxond program 
awarded fundinfi. The council wat 
awarded SS.OO(V for the Nonhwtu 
Minnesota Inmrancc Advocate Pro- 
gram. 

A total of SI 5.000 n allocated to 
the propel for iw: Under the pro- 
gram, icnior cili;cn\ are assisted 
wiih reiolving problems that arise 
from complexities of medical billing 
and reimbursement. 

Individuals 60 years of age and 
older are eligible to receive services 
through Older American Act pro- 
enms for a voluntary contribution. 
ft* more information on these pro- 
grams, contact Linda Nelson, 
SWRDC al 681-2637. 

Oak Hills team 
appears July 26 
at Viking church 

"Body Builders." a student team 
from Oak Hills Bible college in 
Bemidji emphasizing "building the 
body of Christ," will present i pro- 
gram of music, drama and personal 
expression Sunday. July 2JS. at 11 
ajn. at the Viking Covenant church. 

Team members are John Byrne, 
Cedar; Christa Finstrom, Kc.rk- 
hoven; Tammy Reinholdt, Ruthton; 
Paula Schrader, Bemidji; and 
Daniel Warpula, Litchfield. The 
public is welcome iq attend the spe- 
cial program. 

Writer seeks 
merhoriesbf 
old carousel 

Peg Guilfoyle, a writer working 
on a history of the old Minnesota 
Slate Fair carousel, is looking for 
photos of the merry-go-round and 
personal memories of seeing or rid- 
ing oh it. The carousel was a 
favorite at the stale fair from 1914 
to 1989. 

In danger of being sold at a New 
York auction house, the carousel 
was saved by a widespread public 
effort and now operates in St. Paul. 
Persons with information may con- 
tact Guilfoyle at 9351 130th St. N., 
Hugo, MN 55038. 



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CoUrgr it u-riir-.f alumr,! nf ihe 
Thiff River I»U» *"* V.K»lmr»*l 
Tnchnical U***A. ihe Tr.wf Hivrt 
Fall* Area \W»i>onit Tr«.hnitsl 
Inuiluic and the Thxf Hurf falli 
T«hnic*J C^lefc for the it ftni »B 
C latt mm inn 

The rronrm »ill he he! J Scxvm 
her 12 and M TV CoHrpr i» •rck- 
ing namei and addrnvt 'f all of 
their graduate* tnm all of their pn>- 
pami hef.inninr. »uh ihe dan of 
1949 through the dan of 19«2 
Graduate* inifrr*ied m iSe rrunton 
are inv,ird to call l-Sd)-:::.:»M 
or fS81-M24 Cindy, Arlnte aod 
Harnett are ihe coniatt paw<nt for 
the tn format ton. 

Diryl Rupprtcht, ownir ind operator of Ringtllna Pollid __ , _ . ,,,, 

Htftfotd»crfThWRrwF»lh\wt*comwgu RLF SheriTl S 
Polled Htrtford fitld day ractrtth/ it tht Donald and Margartt , . , . 

Rupprtcht farm tight miki northtatt of Thltf Rhstr Fafla. Tht Oept. IdKeS IWO 

tvtnt Includad a picnic, two informational talki and a Junior , , _ ._.„. . j„ 

uvtatock^ow into custody 

Kcd 1 jkc County Sheriir^ ollicc 
received a report of an individual 
driving around Red Lake F : alls 
waving a pistol Saturday. 

According to a dispatcher for ihc 
Red Lake County \hcnff"s depart- 
ment, the sheriffs department 
received a report of a pistol-waving 
driver in Red Lake I-alls at about 
10:15p.m. July 11. With the assis- 
tance of the state patrol the sheriffs 
department located the vehicle. A 
Grossman air gun made to resemble 
a .357 handgun was recovered from 
the glove compartmeni of a vehicle. 

Charges of disorderly conduct 
are pending against Chadwick 
Gaudry, 25, Winnipeg, Manitoba. 
Gaudry was released on his 
promise to appear in court on the 
charge. 

At about 3:15 a.m. July 12. the 
sheriffs department received a 
report of a disturbance at the P & S 
apartment complex in Red Lake 
Falls. Troy Allan Barge. 18, Red 
Lake Falls, was UiKcn into custody 
and charges of disorderly conduct 
arc pending in connection with the 
miller. 




Junior axhibrtora ahowad thalr antriaa Saturday, Juna 20, at tha 
Minna iota Polled Haraford Held day held et the Donald and 
' Margaret Rupprecht farm northeast of Thief River Falls. Daryl 
Rupprecht* a Rangelina Polled Hereford! hotted the ttate event 
attended by about 150 Polled Hereford breeder* from Minnesota 
and North Dakota. 



Class of '42 reunion set July 17-19 



Lincoln high school Class of 
1942 will hold its 50-year reunion 
Friday through Sunday, July 17-19, 
with ihe reunion banquet Saturday 
evening at the Best Western inn. 

Festivities will begin on Friday, 
July 17, with a mixer to be held at 
■ the-Bcst Western at 7:30 p.m. 
Friends of the class arc invited to 
join them at the mixer. They ore 
also Invited to join class members 
after the Saturday night banquet at 
the Best Western inn. 

On Saturday, July 18, there will 
be a high school tour in the after- 
noon with classmates asked to meet 
at Lincoln high school at 1:30 p.m. 
for the guided tour. Classmate 
Harold Halvorson will arrange for 
bus transportation for the city tour. 
The banquet at the Best Western 
inn will follow the 6:30 p.m. social 
hour. 

Sunday activities open with a 
church service at 10:30 a.m. at the 
Asphult Lutheran church located on 



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the Pennington County Historical 
Society's Pioneer Village off Oak- 
land Park Road. Rev. Don Olson of 
Sturgeon Bay, Wl, a member of (he 
class, will officiate at the service. 
A picnic on the village grounds is 
planned following the service. 

The Class of 1942 had 125 grad- 
uates of which 100 are known to be 
still living.- Four classmates- 
Richard Page. Grace Berg, Norma 
Toomey and Erwin Jclle — have not 
been located. The reunion commit- 
tee expects about 70 class members 
in addition to spouses and guests to 
be present for the weekend festivi- 
ties. 

Local people involved in han- 
dling arrangements are Marvel Van 
Rooy, Harold Halvorson, Phil Hess 
and Harold Storhaug. Other com- 
miuce members arc Phyllis Gustaf- 
son of Sl Petersburg, FL; Ralph 
and Donna Hunt of Williams; and 
Dale Hostvct of Luck, WI. 



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The Arts Council of the North- 
west Regional Development Com- 
mission has an opening for a mem 1 - • 
ber from Pennington county for a 
iwo-ycartcrm. 

The council meets monthly and 
advises the commission on arts poli- 
cy. Recommendations on granting 
funds for arts activities arc made by 
the council to the NWRDC. Arts 
programming such as the Artist/ 
Mentor program for high school stu- 
dents is also provided by the coun- 
cil. 

For more information, contact 
Linda Nelson, NWRDC, at 681- 
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Un Lucent CrMiitaOMxi and Un 

lr»n« Mnv» Of OJ*« vlWlad With Un 

Uk«r» Hrc* on Tua»d*f ■ftamoon. 

U/» Eliab^h Foltom o( P«nmno- 
lon. and Un. Uillla Schummar ol 
0«rr«3^ latl tor tr>^ hom*» on Uonday 
aflat viiiung tha waahand w'lh Ufi. 
PawlLanai. 

Mr and Uti. Dvryl Grimm and Da/- 
rtn of Warroad tw< Sunday gva«tj o( . 
har %i»m. Gary «nd Joan Carpantar. M 
tr«ir laka noma at UU Oaorga. 

On Filday Ur. and Mr*. Waltar 
Novak 5r. and Raymond. Waflar Novak 
Jt and tarrury. Sarah UafOaon. OaranJ 
and Kim Novak and AJItla of Thlat 
Rrvar Fall aJ aSandad a tamJy laurion 
hatd af tha Sytvaatar Novak (arm noma 
naar Ea« Grand Fortu. 

On Trwaday Jaff fjurthwk* of Enk- 
Ina. Ruiiafl Noyat. RuwaO and Charyl 
Hinca, Evangalina Grova and Mr*, 
Mabla Sobounn vtiltad wttti Mm. Lilian 
Hmoa. 

Joa and Carol Parantaau and boys 
o< Vancouvar. WA. Michaal and Doma 
Parantaau and AHila of Wafla Wala, 
WA Tom Parantaau and Dtanna and 
Aaron o( Mapla Grova. Stava and Vk*- 
la Parantaau and boys. Clara and Pad 
Joa Thompson all ol Grand Forks, 
anivad this past wsak to visit w* tha* 
parants. Aural and Gloria Parantaau 
ovar tha 4th ol July waakand and to 
anand a apadai birthday party In honor 
ol Aurara birthday on Friday avanlng. 
■Happy Birthday, Aural* 

LaRoy Sabourln of Hlbblng apant 
iha waakand with hli mothar. Mrs. 
Mabla Sabourln and (amity. 

Frad and Tommi Paradla and Rhon- 
da ol Warrood ara anjoying thalr hoH< 
day wlih thalr pnrants. tha Bob Oataga' 
and Mark Parndls ol Tarrabonna. 

Staph Gagnar ol Anoka. Tim and 
Brands Gagnar and family ol Fargui 
Falls spaot thalr holiday waakand wttn 
thalr paronti. Mr. and Mrs. Clarenca 
Gagnar. 

Louia and Diana Wastlaka of Moor- 
haad. Bob and Madonna Polta of . 
Rosamount, Bob and Ludlla Was* ol 
Oxlord, CA, Larry and Paularta John- 
ton at Edwards, A.B., CA, Dan and 
Yvonna Kush ol Aurora all arrived last 
• w»«k to visit with thalr mothar, Mr*. 
Nora Delaga'and famlllas, and to 
attend tha dos* reunion and celebra- 
tion In Plummer on Saturday. On Sun- 
day they were Joined with-Harvey and 
Rota Oatage o! Thlel River Fall*. Bob 
and Joann datage and Darde, Richard 
and Karen Deloga' and boy* Nlckla 
Oelaae, More, Terron and Erfc of Grand 
Forks at the Senior Citizen site picnic. 

On Wednesday night Dorothy Myhre 
entertained a picnic supper In honor of 
her granddaughter, Robin Deakens 
nraduotlon from a Milwaukee. WI. 
Nursing School with Robin, Kelsey and 
Bryant Daakens ol Milwaukee, Tim and 
Vickie Olson and Danielle, Judy Gud- 
vanger ol Fertllo, Rod and Charlene 
Myhre and family, Duane and Baib 
Myhre,-Val Rohlen, Kristin Lambert, Mr. 
and Mrs. Randy Myhra. Mr. and Mrs. 
Marty Audette all of Roo\ Lake Falls, 
Connie Willett and Jessica Gerardy 
and Sheila Gerardy all ol Plummer, 
Robin's parents. Wesley and Carolyn 



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New Solum 4-H club won the club banner Pictured holding the banner, from left are: Lisa Chid Torttvelt of tin Smiley 4-H dub m the during the 1992 Pennington county fair held In 
award during the 1992 Pennington county (air Relersort. Beth Olson, and Beth Nltvik. grand champion 4-H'er in Indoor gardening, Thief River Falls July 8-12. 

which was held In Thief River Falls July 8-12. lawn end Landscape, end forestry resources 



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Beth Natvlk of the New Solum 4-H club was the grand champion 
award winner In the 4-H division of clothes you buy. She won the 
award during the 1932 Pennington county fair In Thief River Fells. 






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Sunny Carlson of the Happy Acres 4-H club was 
the grand champion 4-H'er In beef livestock sci- 
ences, creative arts, conservation, cut flowers 



What's all the fun about? Jeremy Nelson In 
and flower garden poster. She won the awards car 777 In the first heat of the demolition derby 
during the 1992 Pennington county fair held in Sunday looks on as smoke pours from the rear 
Thief River Falls Jury 8-12. of hts vehicle. Even before the end of the first 



heat many of the crowd had been sprinkled 
with mud and choked with smoke and fumes. 
Nelson's car was not on fire. He placed second 
In the first heat. 





Brandon Page, a member of the Sanders 4-H club, was a grand 
champion winner in the 4-H exhibition division of electricity. He 
won the award during the 1992 Pennington county fair held In 
Thief River Falls July 8-12. 





Megan Browning of the Happy Acres 4-H dub was the 4-H divi- 
sion grand champion In horsalass. Sha won ths sward during the 
1992 Pennington' countvfak. 




Myndy Olson of the Krstka 4-H club was tha grand champion 
award winner In the 4-H division of dairy foods, consumer educa- 
tion, fishing sports, and child development (unit II) during the 
1992 Pennington county fair in Thief River Falls. 



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Miranda Nelson of the Sllverton 4-H club was the grand champi- 
on award winner in the 4-H division of vegetable gardening dur- 
ing the 1992 Pennington county fair held In Thief River Falls July 
8-12. 




Jam! Phllipp, a member of the 
Happy Acres 4-H club, was the 
grand champion awa'rd winner 
In the 4-H exhibition division of 
breads. She won the award 
during the 1992 Pennington 
county fair. 




Shelley Koland, showing her dog Sunny, was the 4-H grand 
champion In showmanship during the 1992 Pennington county 
fair. 



. Cam! Sorenson of the Happy Acres 4-H club was the grand cham- 
pion award winner In the 4-H division of JieaKh during the 1992 
^Pennington county fair held in Thief Rlucr Falls July 8-12. 



Amanda Close of the Happy Acres 4-H club was . 
the grand champion 4-H'er in cat sciences, 
clothing display, afrd microwave cooking. She 



won the awards during the 1992 Pennington 
county fair held In Thief River Falls July 8-12. 



Jolane Gonsorowski of the*~3!h>erton 4-H club, was the 4-H divi- 
sion grand champion In creative arts. She won the award during 
the 1992 Pennington county fair which was held recently In Thief 
River Falls. 



Alicia Haugan of the Kratka 4-H 
club was the grand champion 
award winner in the 4-H divi- 
sion- of fruits. She won the 
award during the 1992 Pen- 
nington county fair which was 
held in Thief River Falls, July 8- 
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Lisa Relerson, a member of the 
New Solem 4-H club, was a 
grand champion award winner 
. In the 4-H exhibition division of 
flower arrangements. She 
won the award during the 1992 
Pennington county fair. 





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Darren Nelson and Kim Rupprocht of the Sllverton 4-H club were 
the grand champion award winners in the 4-H division of team 
demonstration. They won the award during the 1992 Pennington 
county fair held in Thief River Falls July 8-12. 



Sarah Koland, showing her dog Tally, won the 4-H grand chumpi- 
wfbbedience award during the 1992 Pennington county fair. 



Desirae Albejg.'a member of 
the Happy Acres 4-H club, was 
a grand champion award win- 
ner in the 4-H exhibition divi- 
sion of video. She won the 
award during the 1992 Pen- 
nington county fair. 







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Merit UWtz of tha Sttinar 4-H dub h*d the champion market 
pen of poultry and won the poultry showmanship title last weak 
it tht Pennington county fair. Reserve champion in the marital 
division and in showma ns hip was Uty Lubftx of Steiner. 



Lesley Hslgetand of tht SmRey 4-H dub won senior showmao- 
thip honors In tha 4-H club rabbit division at tha Pennington 
county fair last weak. Reserve champion was Wayne Johnson of 
New Solum. 



Wayne Johnson of the New Solum 4-H club hid the grand 
chimplon waterfowl entry In 4-H club competition at the 
Pennington county fair last weak. He ilso hid the reserve 
champion entry. 



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Bryanna Helgoland of the Smiley 4-H club had the champion Kelly Swanson of the Hippy Acres 4-H club showed the grend 
market rabbits at the Pennington county fair 4-H rabbit show last champion wether lamb In 4-H club competition at tha Pennington 
week. Reserve champion was Wayne Johnson of the New Solum county fair and was also the showmanship champion. Kelly 
4-H club. Natvik of New Solum was reserve champion showman and had 

the reserve champion wether. 




Marianne Sans, formerly of the Oktee area and now living at 
Battle Lake, had the Best Doe In Show entry at the ADGA 
sanctioned goat show at the Pennington county fair Saturday. 
She showed "Sanstorms Roc Soliti," a two-year-old French 
Alpine, to win the title. Sans had 18 entries at the show which 
was the largest at the fair here in several years. 



Kelly Natvik of New Solum had the grand champion ewe lamb in 
4-H club competition at the Pennington county fair last week. 
Reserve champion was shown by Kelly Swanson of Happy Acres, 



Jocelyn Helgoland of the Smiley 4-H club won Junior 
showmanship competition In the 4-H rabbit division at the 
Pennington county fair. Reserve champion was Tiffany Lee, also 
of the Smiley dub. 



Guy Drevlow of the Smiley 4-H club had the grand champion 
breeding rabbit In the 4-H club division at the Pennington county 
fair last week. Reserve champion was Wayne Johnson of the 
New Solum club. 




Horsemanship champion for 4-H club members 13 years of age 
and younger at the Pennington county fair was Megan Browning 
of the Happy Acres 4-H club. Reserve champion was Lauren 
Lavalier of tho.Si1vert.on club. 



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Amber Morkrld of the Sanders 4-H club earned a grand 
championship in the goat project at the Pennington county fair 
last week and was reserve champion showman. Lisa Sorteberg 
of Smiley was the showmanship champion and reserve champion 
in thegoad project. 



Rrst place winning team In Pennington county fair team penning 
competition received silver belt buckles from AR. Ranch and tha 
Thief River Falls Saddle club and lead ropes and halters from the 
Mahnomen Sales Barn. Tom Scheef, local arrangements 
chairman, is shown at right presenting the winning check to (left 
to right) Duane Jasken, Ogema; Kerwln Lomsdalen, Ulen; and 
Dean Anderson, Strandquist The team penned its three calves in 
3152 seconds. 



Kim Olson of Battle Lake showed "Lake Country Apollo Cabaret" 
a four-month-old Saansn, to the Best Junior Doe in Show title in 
the ADGA sanctioned dairy goat show Saturday at the Penning- 
ton county fair. Olson had 14 entries In the show which attracted 
about 90 entries from a wide area. 



Second place team In the team penning competition held at the 
Pennington county fair Wednesday Included (left to right) AI 
Zimmel, Mahnomen; AI Bolt Mahnomen; and Shawn Hanson, 
Lake Bronson. They are receiving their check from local 
arrangement chairman Tom Scheef and also were awarded 
leather breast collars donated by Relchert Saddlery of Leonard. 
Their second place time was 39 .35 seconds. 



Third place team In team penning at the Pennington county fair 
Wednesday had entered competition for the first time. Left to 
right are Steve Neuschwander, Grygta; Lynn Stenvlk, Thief River 
Falls; and Lowell Warne, Grygta, receiving their check from local 
chairman Tom Scheef. The team penned its three calves In 41.39 
seconds. 




Ducks exhibited by Jared and Daren Asp and consigned to the 4- 
H market livestock show at the Pennington county fair Sunday 
were sold to Leonard and Marge Geske of Gaske Grove Hoktdns. 



Andrea Vigen, a member of the 
SHverton -4-H club, was the 
grand champion winner In the 
4-H exhibition division of inter- 
mediate foods. She won the 
award during the 1992 Pen- 
nington county fair. 




Kyla McFarlane) a member of 
the Smiley 4-H club, was a 
grand champion winner In the 
4-H exhibition division of 
beginner foods. She-won the 
award during the 1992 Pen- 
nington county fair. 



Marie Lubitz, a member of the 
Stelner 4-H club, was a grand 
champion winner In the 4-H 
exhibition division of clowning. 
She won the award during the 
1992 Pennington county fair. 





Chancey Halvorson of the Hlghlandlng 4-H club, won a grand 
championship in the potatoes project in 4-H competition at the 
Pennington countyjnir last week.^ -_ . — . ■■ . .. ■ — 



Junior showmanship champion In the 4-H dairy competition at 
the Pennington county fair was Kelsey Carlson of the Satellite 4-H- 



tne renningion county inir was r\ci3oy wun»u» ^ «'- ~, * i. 

club. Reserve champion was Lisa Sorteberg of the Smiley club. 




Pennington county fair In Thief W»« ™»;»™«V "™ r .™™ ,™» „„„,„ ,„,, ,„, woek . RmBrv0 c hamp| n was Kelly Swanson of club beef division we* Sunny Carbon ol |_*» u H«ppy Acres 4-H 



this lamb consigned by Lbra Danlelson and sold to Dan Drevlow 
of Drevlow State Farm Insurance. 



county fair last week. Reserve champloi 
Happy Acres. 



club. Reserve champion was Kelly Swanson of Happy Acres. 



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S.Vir. TWf Kurt l*!U. rrnorlrd 
iVii »V/ic hi i iai »»i juried neat a 
bu'inru i-n Hiph»ai !W louth, 
ii'fnf^rir had djrnijril the hood 
jr..! Ii.nl lender »nh a iharp 
tx'-k-xi 7K- tUnafc V>m was eUl- 

On JuU lUlJOIim. Terry 
Jlcnwvn. TTiirf Run Falli. reported 
thai *hile hii \ chide »at parted 
near a huwncw on Highway 39 
vuih, ■..vrvt'oc hn4e ixrt the rack 
window with a beverage bottle. 
The damage Kk* was estimated at 
SM 

Then*. On July 7 at 1143 pm. 
Joe Lowto. Thief River Falls. 
rr;x»ncJ the thcfl of water skies, a 
depth finder and wet iun from i 
boat. He vkjin'i sure where the 
thcll (XAunal. Thcd lou was esti- 
mated at SI. 250. 

On July 5 Patty Smcby rcponcd 
that •.(imconc had brolcn into her 
garage. Nothing was reported 
mining at the lime, but they later 
discovered a 42-inch ceiling fan 
and two light kits missing. Theft 
loss was estimated at $ 1 24.82. 

On July 8 the law enforcement 
center received three reports of 
stolen bikes. Jonathon Brown, 
Thief River Falls, reported that a 
26-inch black Huffy valued at $150 
had been taken. Duane Hagman, 
Thief River Falls, reported thai a 
20-24-inch bike valued at $50. was 
taken. Another bike was reported 
stolen but later recovered on the 
same day. 

On July 10 at 6:40 pjn. a local 
resident reported that a 20-inch 
blue bike valued at $55 had been 
taken from their garage. An 8- 
year-old boy admitted taking the 
bike. He said he left it at the dam. 
When they went to get it, it was 
missing. 

On July 11 at 12:40 a.m. Connie 
Stock, Thief River Falls, reported 
that a Huffy Mountain bike valued 
at $75 had been taken from the bike 
rock at the fairgrounds. 

On July 10 at 8:27 p.m. Lori 
Good, route 1. Trail", reported that 
while she was at the Washington 
school playground she accidentally 
forgot her purse.- When she 
returned the purse was still there, 
but the billfold along with cash and 
- identification was missing. 

Accidents. Oh July II at 7:47 
p.m. police received a report of a 
motorcycle accidem. According to 
the report, a motorcycle driven by 
Dennis CuUen,' Morgan, and owned 
by Bryan Nelson, Thief River Falls, 
was going north on Brooks. Cullcn 
attempted to pass another vehicle 
which was nlso going north. Thg_ 




Champion Brown Swiss in 4-H club competition 
at tha Pennington county fair was entered by 



Nancy Gtski of the Smlliy 4-H club. Nancy 
won most of tht other dairy swards as welL 




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Nancy Geske of the Smiley 4-H dub won most 
of the awards in 4-H dub dairy competition it 
the Ptnnington county fair. She had the overall 
champion with the cow pictured above and 
reserve champion as watt. She also had the 



champion grade, champion reglatared, 
champion advanced, champion hard, top 
Brown Swiss, top producing dairy animal »nd 
won tha senior showmanship. She also had 
the top dairy animal in the open class show. 



Holt Community News 



Dorothy Rood 



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Pony rides were popular at the petting zoo 
brought to the Pennington county fair this year 
by Dave and Gloria Hennen of Kkaim Stables at 
Shakopw. Gloria Is shown at right Taking his 



first ride is Tyson Panek, son of Darren and Kim 
Panek of Thief River Falls, who was helped into 
the saddle by his aunt Debbie Panek. Children 
and adults enjoyed the petting zoo. 



Grand champion male over all breeds In open 
class beef competition at the Pennington 
county fair last week was "H B Andy," a 
registered Galloway entered by Shy An 
Galloways, owned by Palmar and Kenneth 



Paulson of ValTeyCIty, ND, and shown by 
Harley BfegeTt, breeder, from Kindred, NO. The 
bull was a national Galloway champion as a 
two-year-old in the national show hold In 
Billings, MT. 



Jay and Card Qarthue, Leone Skad- 
lem, Mike Johnson. Mylat Qarthui 
and Amber, Don, Jody. Brad and Bran- 
da Lunka. Art and Varna Lunka visited 
at the Kan and Garry Nelson cabin at 
Spflngitaal during tfia Fourth ol July 
waakand. 

DaJt, Laurla. Jurtn and Mfcah Millar 
of Blllnca. MT, amvad but Wadrwtday 
to vialt at tia homa ol Laurit's paranta. 
Earl and Jan Hanaon, and iaft tor thafe 
homa on Monday. Randy Hanaon ol 
Warroad apart tha Fourth ol July waak- 
and at hit horn*, and to vtitt with tha 
Millara. 

On tha Fourth ol July In tht tvantng, 
Marry, Gloria. Amy and Paul Rttaraon. 
Mark, Jody and Andraa Rtlarton and 
Clara J. Ralarton vliitad at tha Clin 
Raiaraon homa. 

On Thuraday altarnoon Dorla 
Aunuttlnevliltad at tha Orvla Banltt 
homa to do torn* planning lor tha Sun- 
nyaida school raunlon which will bs 
hakJ on July 25th at tha Orvla Banltt 
homa. 

On Monday avsnlng Mr. and Mrs. 
Dot* Loranun of La Pirw, OR, visttad 
at tha Mlton Davidson homa. 

On Tuaaday avanlng mambara of 
- tha Mary clrcta viiUad at the Oakland 
Park Nursing Homa In Thiaf River 
Falli. Among thoaa thsy visited ware 
Josle Engen, Annie Petarson and Ted 
Quae. 



raskJant for a few weeka while Selmer 
has tya aurgery. 

On Saturday Erroy. Carol and Judy 
Banal made a trip to Warroad. 

Leona Skadaam and Mike Johnaon 
of Warroad apent the weekend at tha 
Jay Garthua home. 

On Friday afternoon Wanda and 
Chuck Vfgnets and glrta vtatted at the 
Earl Hanaon homa and with their 
guaata, Dale and Laurie Milter and 
boya of BttUnga. MT. 

On Sunday artarnoon Vem and Max- 
kte Relerson viatted with Clara J. Raiar- 
aon. 

Deda Rood was a Sunday overnight 
visitor with Jamf. Matthew and Dorothy 
Rood. On Monday they helped Jaml 
celebrate Ha 13th birthday by having 
pizza at the Pizza Hut. Dorothy and 
Jam* brought Matthew home to Warren 
on Monday evening. 

On Thuraday morning Orvls and 
Mean Benin, Leonard and Izzy Mslln 



and Leonora** cousin, enjoyed break- 
fast at Dee's Kitchen to honor Orvla on 
his birthday. 

Jean Nelson. Agnes Hanson, Lucille 
Hams and Ryan Bokken were callers 
on Tuesday at the Evelyn Schwartz 
home. 

On Monday evening DavkJ Myhrer, 
Laura and Amanda and Paul Erickson 
visited at the Lewis Swenaon home. 

A weak ago Monday Sylvia Clark 
and Patrick ol Coming, CA, visited at 
tha Vienna Grondahl home. 

Callers during the week at the 
Selmer Sorter home were Gary Tanner, 
Rudy Chrlstenson and Earl Walton. 

On Sunday Orvla and Alleen Benin 
attended a family reunion at tha home 
of Joyce Borgeson at Park River, ND. 
Orvls was among those who were hon- 
ored for their birthday. 

On Sunday evening Elson and Coi- 
rlne Swenson ana* lone Fillmore visited 
at the Jay Garthus homa. 



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Mrs. Esther Rirtkowski 



Bill Emerson and Effle Handy 
intended a cousin's party at Elmer 
Nords in Fosston on Friday. Michelle 
Turenne and Marty Lavine were 
overnight guests that evening. 

Andrew and Inez Gordon from Kla- 
math Foils, OR spent a week with her 
nephew, Keith Paulson, at the form 
while vliitlng Vivian and Halvor Rikjl 
and friends. 

Rev. Dale and Mrs. Moe called at 
me Arnold Brovoid home on Thursday, 
and they also visited with Esther 
Rutkowskl. 

Mr. and Mrs. Bob Handy, Richard 
Bring and friend. Gloria, were callers at 
Effie Handy on Saturday. Effie and her 
brother, Bui Emerson, visited Mr. and 
Mrs. Curtis Emerson al Spirit Lake on 
Monday. 

Visitors at the Arnold Brovoid home 
on Wednesday were Mr. and Mrs. 



Harry Hanson, Mr. and Mrs. Olel 
Olson. Beverly Anderson and girls, 
Luvema Fore, Natalie Haugen. Detoris 
Ringstad, Doreen and Sarah Brovoid 
and Carol. Lea and Luke Torgerson. 

Dale and Carol Banks from Finland 
ware Friday coffee guests at Floyd 
Bergs. 

Monday Lorle Langemo visited at 
Brovold'a while Sanno and Lorle 
worked on a banner tor the 75th 
anniversary of the Immanuel Lutheran 
church of Mcintosh. Nora Hanson and 
Alice Fresberg were also visitors. 

Marlya Carlson, ol Arlington. VA. 
was a Jury 4th weekend guest at Jean 
Olson. 

Shirley and Dick Berg from ETk River 
were Saturday to Sunday visitors at the 
Floyd Berg's. 

Alice ond Kenneth Forsberg and 
Esther Rutkowskl were 4th of July 



Kitluck dinner and supper guests at 
inda and Reuben Rydeen at Clear- 
brook, along with Carl ond Liz Rydeen 
and Joseph of Minneapolis, Paul and 
Lois Rydeen and Claire. Glervi. Sherry, 
Undsey and Brig Rettmann of GonvlcK, 
Jerry and Kothy Forsberg of Crookston. 
and Victor Thompson ond friend. Eliza- 
beth, and sons from California were 
special guests, 

Mr. ond Mrs. Olof Rikjl from 
Woodruff, Wl. spent two weeks here 
visiting with his brother, Halvor. and 
wile, Vivien Rikjl, also other relatives 
and friends. 

Terry Woodlord of Coon Rapids 
spent the holiday weekend with Dolor h 
Ringstad. They attended the SOIfr 
reunion ol the Fosston High School 
class ol 1942 on Friday. Sunday. Torry 
and Debris visited with Terry's aunt. 
Mrs. Art Wierg in Trail. 



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motorcycle went off the road and 
struck a sign. Damage was estimat- 
ed at over $500. Cullcn had cuts to 
his chest, head and legs. There was 
also blood coming from an car. 
Cullcn was taken to Northwest 

. Medical center and then minsfcrrcd 
to United Hospital in Grand Forks 
with possible head injuries. He was 
treated and released. The accident 

.is still undct investigation. 

On July 12 at 9:07 p.m. police 
received a report of an accident at 
Highway 59 and First street. 
According to the report, a truck 
owned by Pcnner International and 
driven by Jake Wiens of Stcinbach, 
Manitoba, stopped at a traffic light 
on South Highway 59 and was 
struck in the rear by a car driven by 
Jill Brand, Plummer. There was no 
damage to the truck. Damage to 
the Brant! vehicle was estimated at 
SI .500, 

Public- cuEsattce. On-July 13 m 
3:09 a.m. police received a com- 
plaint of loud music in Grccndalc 
Manor. Police issued a citation for 
creating ajniblic nuisance to-Kcith 
Matthew, Thief River Falls, age 31. 



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Jull 14, 1992 



Impressions . . . 

Beth Johnson 


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The dir I w» a tnrrukln n •rami 
in m* mrmoo. no( txtauar of Ihc 
po«erfvl itcrm I •itntiKd. but 
riihrx, hr ttv rmotioni of ■ lmlt 
thJO. 

It hsppened one dsy about 10 
>tan ajn A! the lime, we wmr liv- 
m( vi a ki*Ti m Cmtral Kan em Aj 
you know, Ksnuu u known for tu 
sNIitv to pr alg cc i m nxrc w tnrrw- 
dots. Tornadoei hecorw a way of 
life dunni the sammer season in 
Ksntai. Houici are buitl with a 
norm inciter. If a houtc doetn'l 
have a huilt- in norm ihebcr. it most 
likely hai an undcr-lhe-g round 
jiont) shelter evident in the yard. 
uime«tul close to the house. This 
underground shelter it visible 
because il lootj Itkc a mound with a 
door and a chimney. 

The thy 1 xjw a tornado was an 
ordinary Kintal summer day. Our 
boys had a baseball game scheduled 
to be played in a nearby town. 
("Nearby' in Kansas meant at least 
an hour of driving each way). There 
were storm warnings on Ihc 
radio — but. that too is a regular 
occurrence. The sky was not shim- 
mering blue, but it was not bad. so 
off the team of little boys went to 
play baseball. As usual, an 
entourage of parents transported 
them to the game. 

I rode along for the game. My 
friend was driving. In the front seal 
was a Utile boy whose name I for- 



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lo tf* fame, it wai all f u>ir meni in 
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plav one of the m.Tt nval trami 

hfv fnend anj I reahrcd ai we 
wert'dnving aJonf that this tame 
was probably joint; In be short- 
lived. The iky looked like it was 
toing to storm sometime 

Well. »i arrived in the town for 
our fame, and soon the fame ttart- 
ed. We parent*, complete with our 
tvtr pre se nt juri of iced tea to ward 
off the thirst of the typ.cal 100* 
temperatures, settled back to watch 
our children play. Our team was 
douig well. In fact, they wrrc actu- 
ally winning!! But. as we pred»cted. 
the game was called because the 
(torn was beginning to roll mio the 
immediate area. 

So. into the cars we all piled to 
begin our hour-long drive home 
across the flat Kansas countryside. 
The sky was almost touching the 
earth. The clouds were black. The 
lightning was everywhere. The rain 
was intense. I was thankful I was 
not driving. 

From the back seat was heard the 
excited jabbering* of the boys. This 
was scary and exciting. One of the 
boys was talking nonstop. We tend- 
ed to ignore his constant talking. 
This child was also known to exag- 
gerate, so when he kept saying that 
there was a tornado wc checked out 
the windows, but saw nothing 
resembling a tornado. 

To get home, wc had to drive 
cast for many miles, and then turn 
south. When we turned south. I 
could now see what the back seal 
talker had been telling us. and sure 
enough there was a tornado right 
near us. I calmly told my friend, the 
driver, that a tornado was in sight I 
also told her to keep driving. Now, 
that of course is ihc wrong thing to 
do with a tornado present — you ore 
supposed to get out of your car and 
hide in a ditch. But, that was impos- 
sible as wc were driving on a road 
over a dam, so of course, no ditch 
was available. Needless to say. we 
got home quite quickly. No one was 
hurt. And, at home, the sun was 
shining. 

But, as I said, the tornado did not 
impress mc nearly as much as the 
little boy in the front seat whose 
name I have long since forgotten. 
As we were traveling away from 
this tornado and the storm from 
which it came, this little voice next 
to me said that he would much 
rather head into the fierce storm 
than go home. 

No child, or adult either, should 
have to live in such a storm-filled 
environment that to be inside a tor- 
nado would be more desirable. The 
storms of nature end, and the sun 
again shines. The storms of life 
need to end as well. As much as it 
depends on you, create some sun- 
shine mound you. 



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'Reaching The World For Jena' 

Potior Carnar on & Alo no Stratton ond lho congregation at Oiurch On_ 
"Tho Move. Invtisyoulo Join us eo we warihfc) the Lcxd ancf loarri "from 
the Word Of God. 

Servfco Times: 

Suaiaa)-12tf0AM CTncolrmMoe1lnaRm..Hwy.50S..T.R.Fons 
Wod. 7:009:00 PM Ctfy Audtorlum Basement, thief PJver Falls 

WDS ON THE MOVE every Wed.— Teaching your ktctt the Word Of God -. 
rhroucjh fun, games, puppets and morel 



THANK YOU 



We would like to express our sincere thanks to 
everyone.wrio visited the American Cancer Society- 
.Booth, at the fair. Your support is greatly appreciated. 
A special thank you to ell the volunteer workers who 
staffed the booth. Also, thanks go to our sponsors, 
without them- we would hot be able to participate in 
the fair. Sponsors were TRF Elks, TRF Noon Lions and 
MN Wheat Council. 

Winners of the drawings are listed below and 
maybe picked up at the Edward D. Jones office, 312 
N. Main, Thief River Falls, MN. 



CARTOON VIDEOS 
' Jacob NolT- Warren 
Amy Ctirtstenson - TRF 

MhallaHjeeti-THF 

THannart Palki* • Qrygla - 

BrendflKopart-TRF 

WALKMAN, 

Jackie Watna - Warroad 

: MAQfC'MITTS 

Bartjr Marquis - GoodrWfle 



COOLER 

Olantf Pretends Eagle - 

■ ■ . ' 'Tpf . ' 

— BREAP KNIFE 
Stave Wagner - TRF 



WINPSHIEIP 
CQMEH T 

RayMullsr- 
• Rod Lake Falls 



Northern Riders 
hold first show 

Srnhrrn Widen Saddle dob 
rVH in fnt hme ihr*w of the- an* 
«*i lire 17 and T* M the l-afc* cf 
ihr Wtirvii ((•only fairfroondt m 
TUu.Jftir A rrmid number pf 
entrant* rrttirmJ m all halirr, per 
formime and jime clamt a»d 
iprxukTi «• anme *rori| earner 

Hijh poaM tn\*T wmnen were 
a* follo*« *nh champtont lined 
f irfl and rr»eof c harnpmni woond 
Satirdjv, Jwm Tt 

Pony Halter. John Hahn. War 
mad. 

)unn lUher Honr — John Aap, 
Rootctelt and Barb Culkiai. 
PrummfT. 

Senior Halter Hone— Katie 
Johnion. Rootcvelt and Kriitio 
Johnton, M«Jdle Rrvtr. 

Pony Pleature— Sarah Evui, 
Warroad. 

Pee Wee Performance — Martin 
Holtc. Crygla and Tcri Haho. 
Warroad; 

Junior Performance — Joanna 
Johnson, Middle Rrvc».and Kristin 
Johnion, Middle River. 

Senior Performance; — Marlene 
Holie. Catrie and Roianne Recior, 
Karlstad: 

PceWce Games— Martin Holtc, 
Caukc and Josh Cook; 

Junior Oamci— Rod Holtc. 
Catzke and Jennifer Taggart, 
Ncwfolden; 

Senior Game*— Becky Buegler, 
Baudcue and Jim Taggart, Newfol- 
den; 

Open Games — Clini Hasbargen, 
BtrchdaJc; 

Sunday, Jen* 28 

Pony Halter— John Hshn, 
Warroad; 

Junior Halter Horse — Barb 
Culkins. Plummer and John Asp, 
Roosevelt; 

Senior Halter Horse — Carolyn 
Johnson, Middle River and Katie 
Johnson. Roosevelt; 

Pony Pleasure— Sarah Evans, 
Warroad; 

PceWce Performance— Jeri 
Hahn, Warroad and Sarah Evans, 
Warroad; 

Junior Performance — Traci 
Johnson, Roosevelt and Rod Holte, 
Gatzix; 

Senior Performance — Barb 
Culkins, Plummer and Carolyn 
Johnson, Middle River, 

PeeWce Games — Jeri Hahn, 
Warroad and Allison (fast name not 
listed). Warroad; 

Junior Games— Tonya Whltnk. 
Roseau and Carrie Hasbargen, 
Btrchdale; 

Senior Games — Becky Buegler, 
Baudcue and Clinton Hasbargen, 
Birchdale: 

Open Games— Clinton Hasbar- 
gen, Btrchdale. 



Volunteers to 
be honored 
at banquet 



Over 600 Retired Senior \blun- 
teer Program (RSVP) volunteers 
will be honored at the annual recog- 
nition banquet Wednesday and 
' Thursday, August S and 6, at the 
Maple Lake pavilion in Mentor. 
Registration begins at 10 ajn . 

The more than 600 volunteers 
will be recognized for community 
service, having logged over 95,000 
hours in five counties at 100 sta- 
tions such as nursing homes, senior 
nutrition sites, social services and 
~ transportation. 

The banquet is free to all regis: 
tcrcd RSVP volunteers who have 
logged at least 30 hours throughout 
the year, according to Harl Gambcr, 
RSVP director at the University of 
Minnesota — Crookston. For more 
information call the RSVP office at 
1-800-232-6466. 

River Valley .... 

Mr. and Mrs. Vsrrwr'Aiveson, Helen 
Chorveatad, and Julian Ounderaon 
en|oyed the llsh try supper at the 
Eagles Tuesday. In honor of Rep. WaBy 
Sporby. Over 200 people attended the 
spado! fund-raiser. ' 




Danielle Grandbob of the Happy Acres 4-H club at the Pennington county fair last weak, 
won the grand championship In horsemanship Reserve champion was Ryan Browning of the 
for 4-H dub members 14 years of age and older Happy Acres club. 

Tech to offer 
'f»^ nurse training 

Northwest Technical College 
Thief River Falls will ofTcr a 76- 
hour nurse assistant training pro- 
gram starting on Monday, August 
10. 

Carmen Stinson, R.N., will be the 
instructor. The cost of the four 
credit course is SI53.80 plus tJbook 
fee of S26.45 and $50 for testing. 
Prepayment is required and class 
size is limited. 

The course utilizes lecture, skills 
lab, and supervised clinical experi- 
ences to introduce the student to the 
role of nursing assistant Topics to 
be covered include resident rights, 
basic human needs, communication 
skills, pulse, respiration, blood pres- 
sure and other nursing aspects. 

The curriculum addresses bedside 
care needs of residents in long-term 
facilities, and teaches attitudes and 
behaviors that promote the health 
and well-being of these residents. 

If students need to cancel, they 
can receive a full refund only if they 
notify the Customized Training 
office two days prior to the first 
class mccling. In the unlikely event 
the class is cancelled, a full refund 
will be given. Refunds after a class 
has begun will be given only in 
-Seniors are Classics" is the Presenters are from a variety of ^S ,^^^^, ^^^ 
theme for the 18th annual Fall Con- 




Champion beef heifer and beef steer at the Pennington county fab- 
4-H competition were shown by Sunny Carlton of the Happy 
Acres 4-H club. She alto won the Junior showmanship contest 
Reserve champion heifer was shown by Ryan Swanson of Happy 
Acres, reserve champion steer by Kelly Swanson of Happy Acres 
and Ryan Swanson was the reserve champion showman. 

Conference on aging to 
be held in Crookston 



fcrence on Aging sponsored by the 
NWRDC Area Agency on Aging 
and held at the University of Min- 
nesota, Crookston. The event is 
scheduled for August 20. 

Registration begins at 8:15 a.m. 
with a keynote address by Reverend 
Ernie Mancini of Moorhead sched- 
uled for 9: 15 a.m. A break and time 
to visit agency resource displays, 
senior craft sale and register for 
doorprizes follows the keynote with 
the first concurrent workshop scs- 
sions beginning at U:00ajn. 

A meatball dinner will be served 
at noon followed by additional 
workshop sessions. Entertainment 
and refreshments at the end of the 
-day-will- bc-accompanied- by-old - 
musical selections by Greg Allen, 
Elvis impersonator from Grand 
Forks. 
' Workshop sessions will cover a 
variety of issues ranging from seri- 
ous topics such as HealthRtght, 
HIV/AIDS, -"beating the blues," 
wills, trusts and probate, and recog- 
nizing diseases of the eye, to less , _ .,_. r ..-. _ 

serious subjects including pet core, community center, 
indoor ganlening and exercise. - 
' Other sessions will address 
understanding the postal service, 
grflndpareniing, meat purchasing 
and cooking for one or two, setting 
goals for retirement and the differ- 
ences between fat and cholesterol. 



agencies in Region I as well as subject to a 25 per cent processing 

Grand Forks and Fargo. fcc - 

The annual conference is funded Prc-rcgistrntion and pre-payment 

in part by Title HI of the Older "c required by contacting Cus- 

Americans Act through the Min- tomizcd Training Division, North- 

nesoui Board on Aging with local wcs , 1 ^mcal College Thief River 

assistance provided by the North- r a »s. 1301 Highway 1 East, Thief 



River Falls, MN 56701-2599; (218) 
681-5424 or 1-800-222-2884. 



Star . 



west Regional Development Com- 
mission tax levy. 

Prcrcgistration is necessary or a 
noon meal cannot be guaranteed. 
Fees are $8 for those 60 and older 
and $15 in advance for those under 

for those 60 End older and $20 for w „, Mr . „^ M „. C to.nc» Johnion 

Ihosc under 60. Preregistrotion „,, onmddauohurs, Kn«» and Chita- 

deadline is August 17. Brochures tine Johnson, 
with the registration form are avail- Monday aftwnoon Anna Kriel was a 

able at senior centers throughout the caller at the Mllorod Hovethome. 
seven countv_rcRion or_by calling _ Mandy Sfutestad spent Tuesday 

the NWRDC AM at 681-2637 or a"»mo<>nvlslllng wllh JesslearMWutla 
1-800-450-2637. 

Quin County 
board to meet 

Quin County board and advisory 
committee will meet Monday, July 
20, at 7,30 pjn. at the Newfolden 



Tho 4th of July Mr. and Mrs. Lorry 
Kotrbo, Qeno, Amlo, Nicky and Msllnda 



Visitors and supper guaits at the 
Clarence Johnson homo on Tuesday 
evonlng ware Mandy SJulestad and 
Jean Johnson, Jessica, Michelle and 
Monica. 



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THANK YOU 



To Everyone Who Stopped By Our 
Booth And Visited With Us During 
The Pennington County Fair. 



OUR MUG WINNERS WERE: 

Kristine Anderson - Goodridge 
Marlon Hamlin - Thief River Falls 
Doris Skinfold - Goodridge 
Fern Ornquist - Middle River 

(The Times 

324 Main Ave. N. 
Thier River Falls, MN 



EAQt BOARD DIRECTORS AND STAFF... 
wish to thank all the willing people 
who chip in to assure the success of 
the Pennington County fair each year. 
Efforts by the officers, directors, 
clerical workers, volunteers, 
exhibitors,, booth sponsors, financial 
supporters and others are given 
unselfishly as a service year in and 
year out. 

Putting on the- County Fair is a big 
Job, but the job of president is made 
so much ..easier by the support of, the 
public and the tireless efforts of the 
workers. I want you all to know that 
my appreciation is deep and sincere 
and that I take your cooperation 
personally. 

Richard W. Anderson, President 
Pennington County Fair Ass'n. 



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Jul) 14. 1W2 



THE TIM KS 



Pagf 17 



Viking Community News 



Mm Orv— P«*» 



On >*"• !St*v AJvtn and frrye 
CVwi*rrsrtJ »*w *V* tw ^^** Cfl*« 
to Tarr^M. IK. ■*•»• +*f Je**d <•*< 
oCrtev rrtlVM trtyi Ufv-WMMA. Norfi 

■ral Taia*. k> ha*> AKto't aunt. B*nT* 
IWMMtf MMrMN* lOOti r*tittof 
T*+r ■•> 0>mm* ot TV* HlrMrsndl 

dXstng tMtr bwv On Bonder morning 
ttxxM 60 t**Trn anand«d tw mom- 
mg Mrvto* along w** DanTw and Rut\ 

at tmmanuaf Lut^afan ohumh « Tanv 
pla Fo*oa4ng t iaaiarvioa a noon mad 
■ntt tarvad to aJ r>a (alaty** at t* 
Widwood Cania*. Lalaf m tha afiar- 
noon a f*c*o«cr> «m SaW kr Inand* 
an) (alow cKrcn mambars and rata- 
Uva* AMn ond 0*myc* lat Uondajr 
and drova » Johnton C*r °" TwM- 
Of rnornmg twf toe* a Uur of t* LflJ 
Ranch Thay raturnad to tha Otiaa ' 
Tuaattey avaning and apart una Sun- 
day at tna homaa of Vfnttom and Way- 
lay Oranditrand. Thursday morning 
niy asandad hjnaral aarvKM tor Anna 



day? 



. tormatt* ot Slaphan. On Frt- 
f t>ay vlUad ffw Unnatota Arbora- 
un at Chaak*. and on tha <ffi ol M/. 
■ram slght-saaing In Wisconsin on tm 
way homa lo Rad WSng. tn tha avaning 
ff>ay anandad a Jafwanasa Tarwanass 
band concart at Como Park, whara 52 
colaga studants from Taiwan gava m 
graat concart. Thty ratumad home 
Sunday avaning having had a graat 



Blrtf»day/Annf»ift*ry Calatrotad 
Wiflis and Joyce Johnson and thelr 
w«akand goaats. Brant and Kety Uag- 
nar. Uegmn. Justin, and Uotry. scant 
tha July <th waakand at Buflato Bay. 
UanltobsL Wh2a thara rhay c*larxatad 
tha first birthday ol MoOy Uagnar. Thay 
also calabratad the sixth wadding 
anniversary ol Brant and Ketry Magnar. 

Birthday 
Dayna Marvia entertained at a sup- 
par party at their home Sunday. July 
5th, In honor ol her husband Kraig'" 
bkthday. The birthday cake was baked 
by DeJorls Ness and was served wrth 
Ice craam lor dessert. Quests were 
Pastor Gerald Deppa. Sam and Sara 
and John. Daniel end Donna Sustad. 
Dawn. Hotly and Jennitar. " 
and Krtstan, LaRoy and 
Marshall and Delorts Ness. Ernie and 
Theresa MeMe. Kevin and Allen, Sherl 
MaMe, also coming later was Kralg's 
aunt. Marilyn, and Art Mortenson. 

An evening dinner parly was held 
Thursday evening at tne Rex Cale In 
Thiet River Falls when honored guest 
was Rev. Wallace Droits ot Citrus 
Heights, CA, attending tha party 
besides the guest ol honor was Ms 
mother, Mrs. Florenca Drotu. Mrs. Myr- 
tle Sackatt, Paul and Evadelle 
Tang qui si, Dale and Marion Stark, 
OrvtQe and Lenelle Peters all ol Thief 
River Falls, Mrs. Vernette Stokke ol 
NewfoJdenr Douglas and Doris Oloude 
. ol Warren, LeRoy and Ruth Sustad ol 
WWng. 

Birthday 
Monday afternoon Alice Nelson and 
grandchildren, Dannlella and Derrlk 
Nelson wara among others who 
brought birthday wishes and helped 
Wllmo Olson ol Thief River Foils cele- 
brate her birthday. 

Joanne Peters~end Sharl Patera 
were morning coffee guests Wednes- 
day at the Mrs. Selma Peters home. 

A 4th ot July celebration was held at 
the Dorrel and Meltmle Nelson hams 
among the many there were David and 
Mary Nelson. Ryan, Erin and Sara of 
Corrington, and Gene and Alice Nel- 
son. 

Friday afternoon Chartotte Bjorgaard 
— and Lucy Swanson wont to Moorhead 
where they met Cheryl Peters of Invar. 
Grove Heights. That evening thay 
attended a play at the Moorhead Stats 
Summer theater production, where 
John Peters is Involved this summer. 
The name of the play was "Hay Fever." 
They also vtshed with John Peters. Sat- 
urday morning Christopher Bjorgaard 
ol Moorhead, Cheryl Patera oflnver 
Grova Heights, Charlotte Bjorgaard, 
and Lucy Swenson had breakfast 
-- together at Perkins. They returned hers 
July 4th, where thsy all attended the 
July 4th picnic at the Gary Peters 
home. Jerome and Cheryl Peters of 
Inver Grave Heights were weekend 
guests at the Harvey Swenson home 
returning to tholr home Monday morn- 
ing. 

A week ago Sunday Gene and Alios 
Nelson visited at tho Herb Swenson 
home of Thlel River Falls-Herb hgad 
just returned home from the Dakota 
Hospital In Forgo, ND. where he hod 
surgery. 



Sunday afternoon Harvey and Lucy 
Swenson and their houseguesta, 
Jerome and Cheryl Peters ol Inver 
Grova Heights, among others, ware 

. guests at the Ludvfg Blazejowski home 
of Newfolden, whore a surprise blrth- 

-day party was given.far-Tom.BlaieJewi 

-. Debbie Price and'Shawn Dee were 
to Strathcona on Tuesday, where they 
attended the Womens Mission Society 
. where Claudotte Lorenson was guest 
. speaker telling of their work, and snow- 
ing alidjea of South Africa. 

Debole and Shawn Dee were dinner 
luests at the Harvey and- Lawrence 
ison home of Strathcona that day. 
• - Nelsc 



i a pnatxa- 4rvw 
waa «^pr«d -Wy **> ■* •*• hom * ^ 
H owart and IWrn * t«emttad tn THaf 
fVw rasa Anandbng ware Wgt and 
Uarvila M,»it« c< V.king. V*<lor and 
FeV»* Franaon. Um Lala nodaVom. 
Un Uabte Anda«on, Card Na*wan and 
Sharon Him* ol TH*f (War rale 

T neadf T^g Oordon and Adas* 
GSjarvan and Adafcas ateter. l*s Alma 
Ooati &( Kjrv*. OH. visited at lha 
Arnold and Uery Wt*a^ home 

Suppar guasta el 9\» Urs Utnrte 
Pokxaft he»r«e of rural Warren on JuV 
?nd were Leonard Larson ol V.Ung, 
Ron and Gnaron Schmldl ot Spcfcanne. 
WA. Ur and Urs Bob Morten, Ricky 
end Handy Mrjrtan of Thiaf Rtvar FeMs. 
Ur and Urs Jm Pcaxa* and tarrvy ol 
rural Warren 

OavW and Mary Walton. Ryan and 
Erin and Sara of Carilngton came 
Thursday and spent untJ Sunday ai f» 
Oana and AJ«e Nelson home. Ryan 
stayed on to spend some time hare 
wrth his grandparents. 

A JuN 4fr> celeoraflon was held at 
ffie Percy and Vemic* SuUut home m 
NawtoWan whan a poOuck noon cSmar 
was enjoyed. Those who attended 
were Amy. Mae, and June Hjefle of 
V»*ng, Ardaaa HJeta o( UHbank. SO. 
Urs. Uaxhe Prkfcafl ol Middle Rrver, 
Doug and Uartyn Olson of Crookston. 

Mr. and Urs. Ruesei Flobarg span! 
July 3 and 4 at the Jack SehaW lake 
home at Wasklsh. They ware among 
many other rerathras and Hands tf>ar a. 
Gary and Snarl Pelers entertained at 
a (Inner and afternoon ce4ebra*on Jury 
4th. at their horn* which Included the 
Peters end Swenson tamty mambars. 

4th ol Jury dinner guests at ths Joe 
Blawat home were Ur. and Mrs. 
Bradley Blawat and family, Bernard 
Blawat of Viking and Ur. and Urs. 
George Phelps of Grand Forks, who 
remained and wre overnight guests. 

Jerome and Cheryl Peters of Inver 
Grove Heights were visitors at tie Urs. 
Selma Peters home during the week- 
end, 

Saturday evening coffee guests at 
the Virgil and Uarvllle HleTle home 
were Ardalla Hjelle of Uilband, SD. 
Marina Prickett of Middle River, and 
Amy Hjelle. 

Mrs. Anna Mount of Kansas City. 
KS. and daughter, Gloria Alexander of 
Belan. NM, and Dorothy Dourt Jr. of 
Holden, MO. were Sunday afternoon 
visitors at the Mrs. Selma Peters home. 
A picnic supper was enjoyed July 
4th at the Wayne Hanson home at 
Strathcona. Attending were Mr. and 
Mrs. Tom Price, Mltchall, Krlstl, and 
Shawn Dee of Viking, Mr. and Mrs. 
Harvey Hanson, and Mr. and Mrs. 
Tommy Hanson ol Strathcona. 

Paula Pedone, Jeremy. Stacy and 
Holly of Coon Rapids, spent Thursday 
until Sunday at tha Wayne and JoArme 
Peters home, also there for tha July 4th 
catebratJon were Jill and Paul Potucek,, 
Coray.. Sffllna rtnd.Shelby PlWafren, 
and Pat and 'Nancy Gersfevrskl. 
Megan, Evan and Erik. Also spending 
Saturday and Sunday at the Wayne 
Peters home was Jos Mead of tha Val- 
ley Home In Thief River Falls. 

Tom and Judy Yutnanka were 
among those who wars 4lh ol July 
guests at tha Darrel Nelson horns. 

Wednesday Mrs. Effls Kroll of Argyte 
accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Joe Blawat 
to visit at the Alfred Blawat home at 

Drayton. , _. 

ArdsOe Hjelle of Mllband. SD, spent 
the July 4th weekend with her sister. 
Amy, May and June Hjelle. 

Pat and Jonelle Yutnenka of Bfoom- 
ington spent the weekend at the Tom 
and Judy Yutrzenka home. On Sunday 
Pat and Jonelle and Tom and Judy vis- 
ited at the Ervin Maruska home In War- 
ren, and at the home ol Irene Yutrzen- 
' ka in Argyte. 



Kaftapsl. i 
WA Tne G 



r«) Mary W«i 
I Urs Pater fteuer at 
end f^w fiauar o> Oroue, 
ft apant |Se weekend el 
ne EdAe WaWjafcj home el Lanceaaar 

Urs. LucAe Mamonmg o« Wad Lafc* 
Fafs. and Leone OwauVaon lafl rrtday 
lor Totey. NO. whare r<ey mei win ni- 
a*v«e end Manda lor an annual tarnfy 
regraen Thay resumed home Sunday- 

Gwndsy a.aning vtekoni at *>a Oor- 
don and AdaBa £*imvci home ware 
Una OoeU ot Arora. OK Corey and 



and KaShy Olson and Tarry, el vUNng 
wan t** aunt. Alma OoeU. 

Kant and Janefle Hudson. Erfca and 
Andrew ot Thief River Falls, and 
Wataoa end Ariene Hanaon spam Jury 
«fft hrtng el LaKa of e>a Woods. 

Clarencs and Annie Ouststson wens 
Sunday afternoon and supper guests 
at the Larry and Carman Oustafson 
home ol Thiol PJver Fals. 



Dorene Larson of rural Thief River 
Fals. 

Mrs. Grace Lunoln ol Scandal came 
Thursday and spent over ffie Jury 4th 
weekend at the home ol her sitter and 
brother -kvtaw, Irene and Marvin Grand- 
strand, a/so an ovemlghf gussi there 
was Mrs. Florence Weslberg ot 
Pheonli. AZ. On July 4th, they all 
attended an outing of the Undstrom 
cousina, held at tie OefWoo Bible camp 
at Lake Branson. Saturday evening 
Melvirt and Irene Grandstrand and 
Gracs LunrSn vtsrted at the Olger Foss 
horns whsra they vtsfiad wtih cousin's, 
Gerda and Alon Anderson of Yuma. 
AZ. Grace Lundln left on Sunday for 
Bernkfl befors returning home. 

Wallace and Ariene Hanson visaed 
Sunday evening at the James and 
Ruth Tostrup home of Newfolden. 



Tuesday evening. Guests were 
Leonard Larson of Viking. Thalss and 
Paulette Grindsland, Kay Uaidmerrt, 
Bruce and Dorene Larson, Heath, 
Jonathan and Sara. Mrs. Gladys 
Anderson all of Thief River Falls. Mr. 
and Mrs. Jim Potucek and family of 
Warren, Ricky and Randy Horien ot 
Thief River Falls. 

4th ot July evening Oordon and 
AdaUo Skjsrvsn. Dan and Kathy Olson 
and Tarry of Viking, Coray and Julie 
Skjsrvsn, Courtnsy, Cassy, Justin and 
Melissa of This! Rrver Falls, and Lilian 
Sunday of Arvaraoo. and Darin and Tri- 
da Lee of Grand Forks were all lun- 
cheon guests at ths Randy Skjervsn 
home In Grand Forks after watching 
the display ol fireworks there. 

Ron and Sharon Schmidt of 
Spokane, WA. visited at ths Leonard 
Larson home Tuesday morning. 

> Mrs. Alma Goetx ot Aurora, OR, 
-spent Trom ! Sunday untllWsdnssday 
'visiting at ths Gordon and Adelle Skjer- 
ven home. On Wednsseday Adelle 
took her sister to Arvarado to visit their 
sister, Mrs. Anna Carlson, and later the 
three of them visited with their sister, 
Mre. Lillian Sundby, at her home In 
Alvarado. The four sisters enjoyed a. 

Sood visit together. Alma Goetz left for 
er home this weekend. 
Saturday evening Lorry and Carmen 
Gustation of Thief River Falls, and 
John Gustalson, Julie, Jon and SandJ- 
wBre luncheon guests at the Clarence 
and Annie Gustafson home. 

Saturday evening, July 4th, Mr. and 
Mrs. Boyd Wilson were coffee guests 
at the Leonard Larson home. 

Jimmy Jocobson of Hurst. TX, was 
on afternoon visitor Sunday at the 
Molvfn Grandstrand home. 




Gloria Herman of Kraim Sublet of Shakopee 
puts tha Arabian liberty horse "Kirbor" through 
its paces during one of the shows at the petting 



zoo brought to the Pennington county fair last 
week. The 16-year-old horsa was trained*y 
Gloria and has performed tn many locations. 



Star Community News 



May me Johnson 



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978-4333 



Wednesday Lawrence Klaven of 
Cook, and Kurt.Mobroten of Stillwater 

Ct visitors at the Clayton Johnsrud 
e on their way to Lakota. ND. 
' Wille Verteson visited wtth Randy at 
the Clayton Johnsrud home on Monday 

njjtTt.' 

' Monday Mrs. Leonard Johnson was 
a visitor and coffee guest at the Gladys 



and Gal Lanawost home In Thiol River 
Falls. Mrs. Johnson also visited with 
Joyce Owens, Jason Curtis and Scott, 
and a friend of Chicago, housoguests 
at the Gladys and Grf'ILangwost home 
In Thief River Fails. ■ 

Dale Anderson was a visitor at the 
Gory Johnson home on Saturday 
morning. 



Visitors and coffee guests at the 
Gary Johnson homo on Thursday after- 
noon were Ur. and Mrs. Clarencs Han- 
son and Ron Stucy. 

Lorraine Watna, Mildred Hovet and 
Mr. and Mrs. Obsrt Hovst attended ths 
wodding reception and supper tor Mari- 
on and Tom Bessette at ths Eagles In 
Thief River Falls on Friday nlghL 



Goodridge 



."'StwtfQedrJarg.r 



681-4446. 



guai 
Hanr 



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A week ago Saturday, Alice Nelson 
visited and was a luncheon guest at 
the Mrs, Hannah ZnvoroJ home in Thief 
River Falls. 

July 4th Earl and Joyce Erickson vis- 
ited with Mrs. Amy Hanson In Thief 
River Foils. They then took -Amy along 
and went to the Charles Senverson 
cabin at Union Lake. 
"Wednesday Mra.Selma Peters, 
Wayne and JoAnn Peters visited with 
Mrs. Gladys Anderson at the Good 
Samaritan noma in Warren. 

Sunday noon dinner guests end 
spending the day at the Gone and 
Alice Nelson home were David and 
Mary Nelson, Ryan, Erin and Sara of 
Corrington, Grant and Karen Nelson, 
Mike and Debbie Waterworth and Reed 
of Thief River Foils, Steven and Jeana ' 
Nelson, Jamie and Andy, .Darrel and 
Uefanl* Nelson. Danlele and Dannv. 



Wednesday evening visitors at the 
Palmer Lovty home were Mr. ond Mrs. 
Larry Smsky and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred 
Iverson. _ „ 

Pat Moyemlk visited at the Palmer 
Lovty home on Thursday evening. 
— Olat Stolaas was a vlsllor_aUhe 
Clarence Dahlen home In Thief River 
Fails during the week. 

Those who visited at the Clarence 
Dahlen home during ths week and 
' brought anniversary wishes and flow- 
era were Lynn Dinhom, Mrs. NeB Ued- 
berg and Sheri, Lee Haugen, Nathan 
Uedberg' and Frondne Kozmlerczak, 
and Mre- Bob Purdy all of ThlBt River 
Fails. 

Mrs. Nell Lledberg visited with 
Sharon Langan at her home In Thief 
River FaBs Thursday aftemodh. 

Friday dinner guests with Dawn 
Hanson at her home were Cindy Bierk- 
llo and Undo Bergeson of rural Troll, 
and Jean Holvoreon.. . .. * 

Weekend guests at tha Dole Hanson 
home were D.J. and Tom Burbock of 
White Boar Lake. 

Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hogge of rural 
_Oklee and Robert Ventura of Swan 
Rrver, Mahitobar spent the^4thof'Jurr 
at the Dale Hanson home and also 
enjoyed the parade at Goodridge on 
the 4th of July. . 

Mr. and Mre. Norman Uedberg visit- 
ed at the Clarence Dahlen home in 
Thlel River Foils Wednesday after- 
Hazel Bakken and Soima WaJdnl_ol 
'Thlel River Falls were brief callers at 
the Clarence Dahlen home during the 

Tuesday morning Mrs. Nell Uedberg 
and Nathan and Frondne Kazmierczak 
o! Thief River Foils visited with 
Clarence and Clara Dahlen at their 
apartment In Thief River Falls. 

Unda Sollen and girls of Thiet River 
FbHs were callers at the Nell Uedberg 
home Thursday morning. 
- Tuesday evening visitors at ths NsB 
Uedberg home were Nathan Uedberg 
and Franclne Kozmlerczak ol Thlel 
River Falls. 

Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Nell Ued- 
berg and Sherl and Lee Haugen of 
Thief River Fairs made a trip to Grand 
Forks on business ancTshopplng. 

Saturday afternoon Evelyn Hovst ol 
Thief River Fans visited at the Clarence 
Dahlen home. 

Friday -visitors and coffee guests at 
ths Nsii Uedbsro. home were Ur. and 



Mrs. Frances Porreoult ot rural Terre- 
bonne. 

Friday evening JoAnn Haugen, Lee 

and Mary and Mrs. Neil Uedberg and 

Sheri attended the Miss St. Hllalro 

Pageant at the Uncoln High school in 

—Thiol River Fallen 



Ethel Westerlund of Thiet River 
Falls, and Tillle Waale from tho CNC 
Unit ot the.Northwesl Medical Center In 
Thief River Falls were brief callers at 
tho Clarence Dahlen home Tuesday.. 

Keven Tharaldson ond daughter 
were brief callers at the Clarence 
Dahlen home during the week. 

Father's Day visitors at the Clarence 
Dahlen home were Mre. Neil Uedberg 
and Sherl, Lea Haugen and Frondne 
Kozmlerczak all ol Thlel River Falls. 

Sunday evening visitors at tho Noll - 
Lledberg home were Franclne 
Kozmlerczak, Nathan Uedberg and 
Loo Haugen oil of Thief River FaBs. 

Mr^ond Mrs. Justin Dahlen visited at 
tho Clarence Oohlen home on Monday 
afternoon. 

Monday evening Jodl Gustafson of 
Thief River Falls-visited at the Noll 
Uedberg home. 

— MrerNafl UedbergondShert visited- 
wlth Elva Fiedler at her home Friday 
late afternoon. 

Later Friday evening Mrs. Nell Ued- 
berg and Sheri were among the many 
that attended the wedding and recep- 
tion for Michelle Henrlckson to Kent 
Janicke at the Faith Lutheran church in 
Goodridge. Congratulations, Michelle 
"aridKenfl ' " " 

Visitors and supper guests at the 
Ruth Lledberg home on Sunday 
evening wore Mrs. Gladys Haarstad ot 
Newfolden, JanoLladbarg of rural 
Roseau, Mrs. Ouentin Pfutzenreutor ol 
Elgin, ND, and Mr. and Mrs. Neil Ued- 
berg of Thief River Falls. Gladys 
Haarstad, Jane Uedberg and Mrs. 
Quentln PfutZBnreuter spent a tew 
days with Ruth at her home. 
-Tuesday evening Mre.-Dale Holtan 
of rural Newfokfen, Mrs. Neil Uedberg 
of Thief River Falls and Mrs. Orlln Han- 
son attended a business meeting at the 
Russ CulWns home at rural Thlel River 
Fails. 

Amber,?Amanda and Aaron Holtan 
spent the evening with Sheri at the Noll 
Uedberg home. 

-Colleen Thompson visited with Mr. 
and Mrs. Nell Lledberg, Sheri and 
Nathan, and Frondne Kazmierczak in 
Thief River Falls on Monday. 



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IrwirivJ fithinj rrrourt, etrx- 
uallt f.t tn>ph> tiled (iih, ii nf 
concern jmnnj prnfctiional fnh 
minirrn ind local community 
leader*. »ho »rr »t>o»rd tboot the 
future i»f caifiih iixmun in the Red 
River VaIIc-v 

Wfll the nc». high, profile UMui 
of caifivJ, fithinr become loo much 
(>f a jixxJihing? 

In I WO. ihit concern led to ihc 
do-clopmrnt of a cooperative, imer- 
acenc) minajtement ([foup com- 
prised of personnel from the Mm- 



ftfioli DNR. Ihr North [)»loli 
IXpm V Hf* al («mr and I ith. ihr 
Matiiloha Minntry or Niiuitl 
Rriourtri. and Ihr I'nivftiily of 
■Vrth DaaoualCirarkJKnt 

"Oof minacrmrni prvrrBm had 
three ohjtclnei." r tplimrc! 
I>rt»ti *(-irtt. »at lo uajvlardi/e 
the rrgBlaiioni and pretext |hf Iro 
phy nth population " 

In I0W, both Mmnctnli and 
North bakoU adorned new rtjula 
ttom-in-efTecl on the Boude Sioui. 
the Red River and all tnhutanet. 
»h»ch reduced the ponettion limit 
from eijht cJifiih lo five. »ith. only 
one fun allowed over 24 inchei in 
Icnjcth. Several ytui earlier, the 
Province of Manitoba had adopted 
umilar refulalioni and a four- fun 
limit lo protect trophy ciLfith in thai 
portion of the Red River. 

"Our second objective." contin- 
ued Drcwei," w« to obtain addi- 
tional information about the caifiih 
population. We designed a long- 



trrm prr-jrxl to |athrf data o* rrla- 
li>r ahundance. lire. diMnhwtion 
ar*l inmTmmt «iih« the rtvf* ry»- 
irm * 

I>urw| ihe tumnvn of I WO and 
l«l. lenjiri and wrtttu data »txt 
rev irded on rrv*r than 20.000 C hart- 
nrl taifith— ipecimeni captured 
arwl re turned. w>hanT*ed. to the nve* 
ai numrmut ttrilc|ic locatinnt 
het»een Dmkentidre and Prmhi- 
ru. 

During Ihe initial phaae of the 
tiudy. ipecimeni meaiuting II- 
incnei or longer »err alao Uiged 
before heins reteajed. In 1990. a 
lotaJ of 3j0O3 catfuh wrre tagged in 
the Red River and four major tnbu- 
tariei. including lo»tr portionj of 
the Red Laic and Oaotail nven in 
Minneiota, the Sheyennc River in 
North Dakota, and (he Boil dc 
Sioui River south of Brecienridge. 
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I>»m. I(xalttJ f»txlh r>f Wihitipri 
liihrrvi aproalinlt (nun l"Nl> »*J 
tfw Mmnraro DNR atuard Cana- 
dian rraranhm wtauhmj and La* < 
tmi Ihe fiih 

In IV US rrntnn of IV ti»ff. 
channel cau »ttt U( fod « nh rtl- 
low. oval-ihaprd *di« dan|(fr" 
Liminaifd nUitx taji. r*h having 
an individual tag number on one 
tide and Ihe name and addrcii of 
Ihe UND Diology Dcparimenl on 
Ihe olher. The Canadian fuh 
receiaTd a nmilar lag. either red or 
Noc in color, depend" 1 ! °° »hetrxr 
the fun »» CJOjht aho« or hclow 
the Lockport Dam. The Uji were 
alliched »nth a itunlcti Heel »irc 
through the upper hack of the fiih, 
pM behind the doraaJ fin. 

Over (he next icvcral year*. 
anglcn »-ho catch the catHih will be 
■iked lo return the tag* of lho« fiih 
they keep — and the lag numhen of 
run caught and releaied— along 
with the date and location of the 
catch. Rcicarchcri alio want to 
" know the number of untagged fiih 
caught at the same lime, and cither 
kept or released. Tail should not be 
removed from fuh thai arc released. 

This phaic of the project is 
intended to gather data about catfish 
movement and distribution within 
Ihe river system: on age and growth, 
fishing pressure and harvest levels. 

So far. approximately 100 river 
anglers, and several commercial 
fishermen in Lake Winnipeg, have 
reported lag information. Another 
100 or so lagged fish were recap- 
lured in subsequent survey nettings 
in 1991. About half of the lagged 
fish have exhibited considerable 
movement up-stream or down- 
stream from where they were 
tagged. 

A U.S. fish, lagged-ficar Drayton, 
ND. in June of 1990, was recap- 
tured June 25. 1991. by a commer- 
cial fisherman in Lake Winnipeg, 
nearly 200 river miles to the north. 
A Canadian fish, tagged just north 
of Ihe U.S./Canada border, was 
caught 14 days later near Hccla 
Island in Lake Winnipeg. It had 
traveled nearly 200 miles in two 
weeks, including a trip through the 
locks at the Lockport Dam. Other 
tagged fish have traveled from 
Canada into the United Stales. 

As with other low-growth, tro- 
phy-fish species, catfish anglers on 
both sides of the border arc being 
encouraged to practice catch -and- 
release fishing. "A 24-inch-ficd 
River catfish, weighing about 6 1/2 
or 7 pounds, is 12 years old," said 
Drewes. "A 20-pound fish may be 
close to 20 years old." 

According lo Drewes, catch-and- 
release will not only sustain a quali- 
ty fishing experience for more 
anglers, it will also improve the 
value of the research project, 

"The more often a lagged fish is 
caught, and the information report- 
ed, the more that fish will be able to 
tell us,' said Drewes. "An individn- 

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>1 Hlh t»IJf.J »l <""- !<v,fc]>r>n krvl 

caufhl a.-*.] lrj«: ui anKrirr. jivn ut 
one tmall pnef "f IV rvrilr Hul 
knrrvmi tthrn and »b*»T thf i*nvr 
Huh *ai (ftufhl as*] rtlrair.l %s wi 
rraJ IncMmni mtt a p(»»>»] <>( *t*n ' 
kl ytar*. and prrttafM k»vr»in( htm 
many oihfi laijrd iM unia;[r>l 
titi* »rrt cau j Si aJonj *ith it. will 
trll ui a oholf k4 nwr hirrnuhle 
»e tnuld be (ollrcims inlcTmaiio«i 
for 10)rarinr more, and that mimU 
he jrt M ' 

Ati|k(l caichinj fuh Ufpcd in 
the United Suiti-irtoic »nh >rl- 
low U|i — are atlcd lo ifnj their 
cacch informauon 10 the Drpartmcret 
of Bjolofy. Bo» Kiy.fi, Unirtmty of 
North Dakoia. Grand Forki. ND 
58102. Informalion on Canadian 
caifnh, mhich have a red or blue 
Lag, ihould be vent lo the Cat fiih 
Protrim, Ntanitotu Miniitry of Nat- 
ural Retourcei Fiiherict Branch. 
Boi 20. 1495 St. Jamei Strret. Win- 
nipeg. Manitoba R.1HOW9. 

The Ihitd objective of the 
rcieareh project will be lo gather 
recreational use and economic data 
related to caifith tounim in the Red 
River Valley. Project official! have 
applied for a grant from the Legisla- 
tive Commission on Minnesota 
Resources (LCMR) to conduct such 
a survey. 

*A recreation and economic sur- 
vey would help us identify the eco- 
nomic contributions of this resource 
lo communities along the river." 
said Drewes. "as well as identify 
angler needs such as the best loca- 
tions to add river access sites and 
shore-fishing facilities." 

The recreation and economic sur- 
vey would be conducted over a peri- 
od of two or three years. In Ihc 
meantime, researchers will continue 
to collect and analyze tagging date 
for another eight years. Another fish 
population survey would be con- 
ducted in the year 2000 unless there 
was a major flood before then. 

'A major spring flood would 
allow fish to travel freely back and 
forth across all the dams in the sys- 
tem," said Drewes. "We'd probably 
go right in ihc same year with 
another comprehensive survey to 
see how the fish were redistributed. 

"Right now there are eight low- 
head dams on the U.S. portion of 
the river lhat restrict fish migration 
at certain times of the year to certain 
segments of Ihe river." explained 



continued from p»Q» 18 

IVr»ri 'Ow id iV yur-ia«»n «r <) 
Mr in ant*rf m.ih nut rrt/anh n 
• bdhrr ihrrr it any (nnnr<tir>« 
fxiwfyn ipi«>nir>| iix(r*i aid ibr 
diHnrxjt** i4 tnjihy w/M fuh. ar*1 
rrjular lloodin| in ihr nw» »>i- 
tern.* I>rr*rr» *»td *Thi« mlorma- 
itnti 11 eiMfitial tut undmiandini 
Ihe potrnlnl wnpKli <■( fVir«J<r»n- 
Irol mcaiurci on lhi» umqur 

Time it a c nlt(al faiim (n ihc 
drtittonmakinjr. prtxeit." Drr»rt 
ukI *FUj1 time it the one adianlafr 
»-e ha\-e »nh the Red River. »e art 
KxAing trward Ihe future while the 
quality of fiihmjt it Hill prtlty gOUd. 
With coopenmve roearth and man- 
ajement cfTorts. we ihould be able 
to make a real difference in future 
catfish populations and suiiain a 



yu*Jif> fnhfi> irttKUtf 

Minnrir.ia an, -J Nmih Dakoia 



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(■,!!*! tiair nui fuh ihc Rrd Run 
fnim i.*n»f m nirvr ita)r. Uil mly 
.tm? Umit U fiLh mi* lie laitn, r»-rn 
if ihr angler bnMi lurmri fn*n 
Knh uairt 

Ihere are <*ilv fifht puNk hoaJ 
*.tftt met on tV Red River. They 
art locaird alone Hijh«ay 175 west 
of llallock. and m the cr»mmunitKi 
r-f Otlo. Grand lorlt. tail Grand 
Forks. Ikndnrm. larjo. Moorhcad. 
nrrtVrnndre.and Wahncion 

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Canada goose hunt planned 
Sept. 1-10 in three DNR zones 

Individual interested in narttci- non to participate in the 



Individuals interested in narttci 
paling in the Sept. 1-10 Canada 
gooic season* w ill need to apply for 
a permit by July 31, according to the 
Minnesota Department of Natural 
Resources. 

Early Canada goose seasons will 
be held in three areas during 1992: 
Fergus Falls/Alexandria Zone, 
Southwest Border Zone (Jackson 
and Martin counties) and the Twin 
Cities Metro Zone. 

These seasons arc held prior to 
the arrival of migrant Canada geese 
from Manitoba and northern 
Canada," said Tim BremJcker, DNR 
Section of Wildlife Chief. "By 
hunting in September we direct 
hunting pressure toward the 
Minnesota resident goose flocks 
rather than migrant Canada gecse. 
These Minnesota flocks need addi- 
tional hunting pressure to prevent 
local over-population and subse- 
quent human-wildlife conflicts." 

"Our agreement with the U.S. 
Fish and Wildlife Service for con- 
ducting September Canada goose 
hunts requires that we obtain an 
annual estimate of hunter numbers 
and goose harvest," Brcmickcr said. 
"The S3 permit provides hunter 
addresses and funding necessary to 
administer the special hunt and sur- 
vey." 

Hunters must have the special 
goose hunt permit in their posses- 



sion to participate in these 
September seasoni. Permit applica- 
tions are available from county 
auditors, DNR wildlife offices, 
license agents, and the DNR 
License Bureau in Si. Paul. To 
apply, mail an application with the 
S3 fee in a business-sized envelope 
to the address provided on the appli- 
cation. A separate application must 
be submitted for each hunt. 

Applications must be postmarked 
or delivered to the address given on 
the application by 4:30 pjn. Friday, 
July 31. An unlimited number of 
permits will be issued. 

In addition to a valid special per- 
mit, hunters must have a current 
small game license, federal duck 
stamp and Minnesota migratory 
waterfowl stamp in accordance with 
state and federal regulations. 

All three seasons will be Sept. 1 
through Sept. 10. with shooting 
hours from one-half hour before 
sunrise to sunset daily. Canada 
goose bog limits will be four.daily 
und eight in possession in the Twin 
Cities Metro Zone, and two daily 
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We thank all for their participation and dedication 
again this year. 

Attendance at the bandshell was again this 
year excellent, with the combined financial effort 
of the Elks Lodge 1308 and St. Hilaire Community 
Club and the Pennington County Fair pickup 
raffle. 

THANKS, AGAIN 

For Making The Pennington County Fair a Thing 
Of Pri de In a Proud C ommu nity, _ 

OFFICERS 

PRESIDENT Richard W.Andcraon 

VICE PKKSiDliNT _ Hoyd Erickion 

VICE PRESIDENT Mike Swlcbcrg 

SECRIHAKY NnrmThuoe 

TREASURER Terry Ncl»on 

PAST PRESIDENT Remiclluot 



Bill Ulrich 
Hermit Finatad 
Loraine Stcigcr 
Donna I larder 



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Barb Sorcnion 
DcbQucxncll 
Marcclla Han ton 
A. Clifford Lanon 
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Sherry Soreruon 
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Wayne Harder 
Kelly Swanton 



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UVemcHamrc Beatlic Miekclion 
Norma Han ton 

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Pat Swaruon -Curt Quranetl 

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DcbEngeri David Lee 

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0^t:% St HiU;.T.rv< vat bclt/S^ 
(or kn.:.-n Mana Jenkins Th>ef 
Ri»er fall*. vreJms ; '> '" » l ° 
nph .vnc. $?>7.?n line. So iur- 
crur.v. DcUmGuv John**!. Mid- 
dle Kurr. diwrdcily conduct. S100 
fine. 5M ^urtrurce. S7.50 court 
cm;\. 4ivl 1? day* in jail aiyed (of 
one sear. 

Jeffrey Miik Storhaug. Thief 
Rner FalK filth deprce atuull. 
S100 (me. s:0 lureharpe. 57.50 
court ami. 30 Jj)i in ptl stayed 
for one year, Jamct Mtctucl Voyul- 
la, Vikmc, expired license tabi. 
S:o «) Imc. S: .40 surcharge. S7.50 
coun costs; Jarrod Theodore Wilde, 
Thief Riser Falls 1 , seceding 50 in a 
40 mph zone. S40 fine. S4.80 
surcharge, S7.50 court costs; 
William Marvin Yonke. Thief River 
Falls. assault in the fifth degree, 
S100 fine. $20 surcharge. S7.50 
court costs. 30 days in jail stayed 
for one year; 

Jill Susan Groslie. Thief River 
Falls, stop sign violation, $40 Fine, 
$7 JO ^oun costs, $4.80 surcharge; 
Escquicl Briseno Guerrero. Halma, 
no insurance. $300 Fine, $40 sur- 
charge. 57.50 court costs. 15 days 
in jail stayed for one yean Jerome 
James Hermann. Thief River Falls, 
leaving the scene of an accident, 
S300 fine. $347.50 stayed, S40 sur- 
charge, $7.50 coun costs; Sheldon 
Scott Jcnncr, Thief River Falls, 
expired license tabs, $20 fine, 
$2.40 surcharge, $7 JO coun costs; 
Emery Eugene Lee. Thier-RWer 
Falls, no scat belt, $25 Fine; Laird 
Raymond Sourdif. Ncwfoldcn, stop 
sign violation, $41.20 Fine, $4.80 
surcharge. S7.50 coun costs; 

Kun Willard Leader. Thief River 
Falls, allowing no insurance, $200 
fine, S24 surcharge, $7.50 coun 
costs; Lcsa Marlcnc Mooncy, Thief 
River Falls, permit public nuisance, 
$39.50 fine, S9 surcharge. S7.50 
court costs; Jeffrey Edward Nelson, 
Thief River Falls, consumption 
under age, 30 days in jail; Cory 
Allen Offerdahl. Thief River Falls, 
consumption by a minor. 30 days in 
jailfWilliam Oliver Olson, Thief 
River Falls, driving after revocation 
and no insurance, 90 days in jail 
with 60 days stayed; 

Anita Cruz Seaverson, Thief 
River Falls, speeding 50 in a 35 
mph zone, S40 fine, S4.80 sur- 
charge, $7.50 coun costs; Thomas 
Richard \fesmek. Thief River Falls, 
expired registration, $45 fine. S3 
surcharge, 57 JO coun costs; Marc 
Anthony Tiani. Thief River Falls. 
consumption, $50 fine, 515 sur- 
charge, 57 JO coun costs; 
-LouannMarie Bromcnschcnkel. 



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BEST WESTERN INN 

Of Thief River Falls 

JULY 13, 14,15,16,17,18,1992 | 



Waite Park, speeding 43 in a 30 
mph zone, $49.70 fine, $7 JO sur- 
charge, S7 JO -court costs; Harold 
Foster Eiscnbarth, Thief River 
Falls, driving after revocation. $300 
fine, S36 surcharge, S7.50 court 
costs, 15 days in jail stayed for one 
yean Jason Lee Engeh, Thief River 
Falls,- no scat belt, $25 fine; Chad 
Michael Kuck. Thief River Falls, 
disobeyed scmiphorc, 540 fine. $6 
surcharge, $7 JO court costs; Kim- 
beriy Kay Peters, Thief River Falls, 
no corrective lenses, S40 fine, 
$4.80 surcharge, S7.50 court costs; 
Marc A..Tiani, Thief River Falls, 
no scat belt, $25 fine. 

Minnesota stale patrol cases: 
BemaroSjeromc Assclin, OfclcC, 
speeding 65 in a 55 mph zone, $35 
fine, $4.80 surcharge, S12J0 court 

" -costs; Jcffcry -Scot Frei r Thicf River— 
Falls, speeding 90 in a 55 mph 
zone, $95 fine. S12 surcharge, 
S12J0 coun costs; Jerry Joseph 
Gerszewski, Argyle, speeding 65 in 

~~~a^5Tiiprr^onc^56fl-fmc,-5fr sur- 
charge, $12.50 court costs; Lisa 
Dawn Miller, Lakcvillc, speeding 
65 in a 55 mph zone, S35 fine, 
$4.80 surcharge. $12.50 court 
costs; Kirstcn Marie Pollick, St. 
Hilaire, speeding 68 in a 55 mph 
zone, $35 fine, 54.80 surcharge, 
$12.50 court costs; Lyncite Jonc 
Starin, Erhard, speeding 65 in a 55 
mph zone, $33.80 fine, $6 sur- 
charge, $12.50 court, costs; 
Stephanie Rae TeigJand, Thief 
t*~ River Falls, speeding 65 in a 55 
mph zone, S35 fine, 54.80 sur- 
charge, S12 .50 court costs; 

Albert Charles Kczar, Viking, no 
insurance on van, SI95 fine, 520 
surcharge, 512.50 court costs; 
Adam Christopher Killian, Plum- 
mer, speeding 73 in a 55 mph zone, 
S52JO fine, 56 surcharge; $5 court 



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u.r^.ntr, \* i.^n c.m:i. H f , in 
Itn-. AanJef. (-tern**. II, iprr.) 
i-£ M in a <* mp>i j.-or. Ml V) 
lirt, I* SO tutthircf. S* irutt 
torn. Clayton Sherman HuJJlr- 
u.*», RrKfvlaJe. ipetnJ.rj Mtni^ 
mph rone. %i* *0 fine. J^ <ur- 
(harj;e, i 12 50 tourt torn. John 
<". Liver Meven. M Wart, s^" 1 
ing h5 in i 5^ mph rone, S-i'J.TO 
fine, 57.50 surcharge. S7 - ?0 t,,un 
com. Flcanor Ajnet Rantanen. 
Middle River, specdtfif: 65 in a 55 
mph rone. 533.80 line, Sfi mr- 
charjre. SI 2.50 coun com; 

Paincia Jardine Per ley, Ne»ark. 
CA. ipcrdmg 65 in a 55 mph rone. 
538 K0 fine. 56 surcharge. 57 50 
coun terns, Lemar Scott KaJiuncn. 
Thief River Falli. no Minneiou 
rr pis (ration. S15 fine. 52.40 iur- 
charge, S12J0 coun coiLs; Bradley 
Kin Skjdberc. Thief River Fallt. 
speeding 69 in a 55 mph lone. 
$42.50 line. 54.80 surcharge. $5 
court costs; Christopher Dung 
Smith, Thief River Falls, open hot- 
lie (passenger). $95 Tine. 512 sur- 
charge. 5 1 2J0 court costs, 

Pennington county sheriff's 
department cases: Brent Gerald 
Jevne, Thief River Falls, open bot- 
tle (passenger). S100 fine, $15 sur- 
charge, S7J0 court costs; Cindy 
Dawn Nelson, Karlstad, consump- 
tion, $50 fine, SI5 surcharge. $7 JO 
court costs; Robert P. Robinson, 
Bemidji. issuance of worthless 
checks. $100 fine, $20 surcharge, 
S501.03 restitution, S7.50 court 
costs, 30 days in jail stayed for one 
year on condition he has no further 
violations; 

Jason Floyd Erickson, Thief 
River Falls, driving while intoxicat- 
ed, $500 fine. 560 surcharge, S7J0 
court costs, 30 days in jail stayed 
for one year. Teresa Lynn Johnson, 
Thief River Falls, person under 21 
consuming alcohol, $50 fine, $15 
surcharge. $7J0 coun costs; Lyle 
Jason Miller, Goodn'dge, speeding 
65 in a 55 mph zone, $47 JO fine, 
$4.80 surcharge; Chad Michael 
Kleinvacter. Thief River Falls, per- 
son under 21 consuming alcohol, 
S30 fine, $15 surcharge, S7.50 
court costs; Sandra Kathryn Larson, 
Evergreen, CO, driving while 
intoxicated, $700 fine, $200 stayed, 
$75 surcharge. $7.50 court costs; 
Dawn Marie Hogenson, Grygla, 
consumption under 21, $50 fine,- 
$15 surcharge, S7.50 coun costs; 
Nathan Dean Magncr, Thief River 
Falls, driving after revocation, $300 
fine, S36 surcharge, S7.50 court 
costs, 15 days in jail stayed for one 
year. 

LEC officials to 
investigate rash 
of burglaries 

Police in Thief River Falls and 
the Pennington county sheriffs 
department are investigating a rash 
of burglaries. 

Pennington county sheriffs 
department received four reports of 
_burgJariesJrom IcxatJ)usinesscsJn_ 
the county and one vnndnlism. 
Pennington county, sheriff Bob 
Wold said there are indications that 
all five incidents are related. 

The sheriffs department 
received the first report at 8:48 a.m- 
on Saturday, July 11, from Holtan ' 
Iron. Someone had broken through 
the front window of the business. 
An undetermined amount of money 
was taken. 

The second report came at 11:15 
a.m. from Nelson Implement. 
Entry was gained through a back 
door and a tool box and tools val- 
ued at between $300 and $400 were 
taken. > 

The third report came at 1:07 
p.m. from Bob Auto Sales. A tool 
box and tools were taken from a 
vehicle on the lot, 

The Jounrucpori came a t 1:54 

p.m. from Hubert's. Two stereos 
from one customer's vehicle on the 
lot was taken. There was evidence 
that someone had gone through 



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Mon. -Sat. ' 

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THURS..JULY16 

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Wed., July 15 

-HAWAIIAN 
NIGHT' 

BEST DRESSED CONTEST 

LMBO CONTEST 

H0U HOOP CONTEST 

msrauwaro 

CHHUTKE 
« THE ADULT UP-SYNC. 

'Fngih Zoo Kiipsi" 

&00P.M. 

TIL CLOSING 

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Mon., July 13 

"TACOS 

& 
TRIVIA" 

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Thurs., July 16 
- OL Y MPIC 
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CONTESTANTS 
PAHnCPATINOINTHE 
OLYMPIC EVENTS 

no Horror mi 

•ADUU Ur SYNC CMAUINGT 
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'Frtgili Zoo Ketpit' 

8:00 P.M. 
TIL CLOSING 



SING- 
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SING ALONG TO YOUR 

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Fri., July 17 

-COUNTRY 
NIGHT- 

TEXAS TWO-STEP CONTEST 

BEST DRESSED CONTEST 

TWS IS YOUR LAST 

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TO CHALLENGE IN THE 

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FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE & SAFETY... 

PARK AT THE ARCTCO PARKING LOT 

WE "TOTALLY TOPLESS TUBING TRANSIT" WILL BE SHUTTLING EVERY 15 MINUTES FROM 3:00 TO 12:30 AM 



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-several other cars.- 

The fifth report came from 
Safe-Key storage which reported 
that a gallon of paint hau been 
thrown through an office window. 
Nothing is missing. 
- Ail five incidents are under 
investigation. 

The Thief River Falls police 
department also received a report of 
a burglary to a local business. On 
Monday at 7:33 a.m. Thief River 
Oil reported that someone had pried 
open a door and had token one pair 
of sunglasses," 14 canons of 
cigarettes, $100 cash, a case of pop, 
some deli sandwiches and several 
other miscellaneous items. The. 
total theft loss was estimated at 
SS00. Damage was estimated at 
S31. The incident is under investi- 
gation. 



SATURDAY, JULY 18TH 
ANNIVERSARY DAY 
OUTDOOR CELEBRATION fub 



PRIZES GIVEN AWAY 

ALL WEEK LONG! 

GRAND PRIZE 

Weekend For 2At The 
BEST WESTERN INNI 



Everything Will Bo Hold On Tho South Sido Of The Bost Wootorn For Your 
Summer Enjoyment Storting At 10:00 A.M. 

All AothKI.. Will Tail. PIm. Outald* In Tn. South P.ridng Lot. In Tho Ev.nt Of Roln, 
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8:00 A.M. - 1ST ANNUAL BEST 
WESTERN TEXAS SCRAMBLE 

GOLFTOURNAMENT 
1<M»A.M.-V0LLEYBALLT0UR- 

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Merlin at the Best Western 

681-7555 
10:00 A.M.- THE SUNDANCE 

LOUNGEwillbeoperu 
l£00 NOON -.THE CHIU C00X-0FF 

preparations will begin. 
1:00 P.M. - KAROAKE SING-ALONG. 
230 P.M: - CHIU C00K-0FFS0NGS 

AND SKITS (This is just another 
. ploytobribethe JudgBSand 

the Public) 
100 P.M.- JUDGING FOB 

PRESENTATION AND TASTE/ 

APPEARANCE OF THE CHIU 

bogins. 
100 P.M. - FAMILY PICNIC BEGINS 
130 P.M. - U'L MISS & U'L MR 

BESTWESTERN COMPETI- 



TION. Dress your little cowboy 
or cowgirl in their finest 
Western Garb and see who will 
bB crowned our special 
RepresBntativBS for 1992. No 
_pre-registrationnBeded-triis- 



5th Annual 

Little Brother/ 

Little Sister 

CHILI C00K-0FF 
& FAMILY PICNIC 



year. Register when you arrive. 

4:15 P.M. - CHIU C00K-0FF TRO- 
PHIES AND PEOPLES AWARD 
WILL BE PRESENTED. 

4:30 P.M. -JUNIOR LIP-SYNC COM- 
PETITION, 10 AND UNDER. Pre- 
registration at BEST WESTERN. 
The first 15 acts to register will 
be in the competition. $50.00 
first place and $25.00 for 
runner-up. 

530 P.M. -JUNIOR UP-SYNC C0W- 
PETrnON. 11 - 20. Pro-registra- 
tion at BESTWESTERN. The 

.. first 15 acts to register will be 
in the competition. $50.00 first 
place and $25.00 for runner-up. 

630 P.M. - ADULT UP-SYNC COM- 



PETITION. The first two 
winners from the Lip-Sync 
Challenges on Wednesday 
through Friday evenings will 

Earticipate in the GRAND 
HALLENGEforaprizeof 

S100.00 for first place and 

$50.00 for runner-up. 

Don't Miss Itt 
8:00 P.M. - "FRAGILE ZOO KEEPER" 

Direct from Nashville, will 

porfcrm outside in the 
^ Parking Lot for your listening 

and dancing pleasure until ' 

12i00Mid-night. 
ALL NIGHT - SUNDANCE DINING 

ROOM will be available for a. 

lightsnackorafullmeal. . 



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LIP-SYNC 

CHALLENGE 

Bring a cassetto tape, drnia up 
end imitsta a .tor or group! 
First St second placo finishers 
from Wed. -Thurs. SFrl. will 
compete on Sat. for the 

GRAND PRIZE OF 

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- IN WINNIPEG! 

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The Second Section 




Rupprechts host Polled 
Hereford state field day 



Pin 
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■l.rtc Tolled Hr-irioTiJi. 
»nj opciatfd by I>ar)l 
.hi of rural Thief Ki»cr 
uA ihc Minnr«>u [\>llrd 
I held day I nday and 
i. June 2b and ;7. at the 
and Mar (arc t Rurffftht 
».l rmlei nntlheay nl Thrf 

:k. 

■umatcly l50p«Tlc from 
U and Ncnh Dai-fiu vuit- 
.rrn for the l»ti day event to 
d new ihe more than 20 
'4r retard com and calves 
rnicrrd in comprtiiioo or 

y bepin Fnday afiemoon 
\j! of cattle and junior 



cihiHtift 11 the HuppTihi farm 
jltih* p^rb. «aihrUal 7pm inJ 
U S p m San N»an*.«i. IVnnmp.m 
cdoniy i-H tlur* apent. *poLe mi 
•Arumal Wrirarr.'An.mal Kijhu ' 

Krjtu'jalKin ami »K-»mc «( (at 
tie becan at V am Saturtlay »iib 
the Junux Pulled Hereford iho* 
lunmp at lf» a-m ^ekome and 
tntniduttmn o( pixut prciceJed the 
rxton meal (iue«t mtlmled Ken 
Har»fli of Kanvat City. MO. eicc- 
ulive vkc pretiderl of the Ameri- 
can Polled Hertford a*«x.ation. 

Fun n-cnw » ere held ft* the par- 
ticipants after the (k*xi meal and at 
2: Ml p.m. Deb Oebeic of the North 
Dakou Slate I'ni^cniiy cite.ni.on 



ttalf ipolr c.n "lamily Farm 

Rtl»i»nnCirpi * 

In a prvc'am dni/iNjtfJ at the 
IkLI da>. t>ar>l Hupprrxhl (ave a 
re»iew of h" mvoUrment »nh 
Polled Hereford*, noting: that he 
fwihavd hn firB rrtiucrrd hei/CT 
from Dai iic h Hereford farms in 
]<i?t x\ a * H dub prvyeti. C>th« 
fourvlaiKWi femalet »erc purvhaKd 
from lone Pine Parmt and »erc 
alv)fi*4H<.lubpro^cU 

"My inierru m I\>tlcd Heit/onh 
kept pro«inp and today I have a 
imall herd of vo»t that hai «rp- 
ported me thnxiph college. 

"The use of A.l. hai conuibuied 
(Conunacd on Paxe 2) 



Orphans in tho musical Annie listen to ■ radio 
In one scene during rehearsal. The show will 
be performed at Lincoln high school auditorium 
between July 16-18 beginning at 7:30 p.m. and 
on July 19 at 2 p.m. Pictured from the left are 



the following cast members: Katie Christensen, 
Megan Browning, Casey Reed, Brldgette Stock, 
Jenny Brunkhorst, Marlsa Holmitrom and 
Rebekah Solem. 



Homestead classification includes relatives 



"I would like to make sure home- 
owners in our area are aware of an 
important change the Legislature 
made last session in (ax laws cover- 
ing homes occupied by relatives of 
the owner— which should result in 
lower property taxes." stales Rep. 
Wally Sparby of Thief River Falls. 

The new law extends homestead 
classification to most relative-occu- 
pied properties. Under the old law. 
the owner hod to occupy the home 
Tor it lo be classified as a homestead 
and get boiMhe Homestead Credit 



and the lower tax rates applied to 
homestead properly. But that rule 
overlooked the numerous cases 
where a parent or grandparent occu- 
pied a home owned by their child, 
or vice versa. 

"Since that situation is much dif- 
ferent than a rental involving 
strangers, many of us felt it should- 
n't be treated that way," Rep. Sparby 
said. 

Under the new law. if the home 
is occupied by a parent, step-parent, 
child. step-tTtild. spouse, grandpar- 



ent, grandchild, brother, sister, uncle 
'or aunt of the property owner, that 
home can be classified as home- 
stead property. 

When classified as a homestead. 
Ihc property would be taxed at one 
per cent of its value up to $72,000, 
and two per cent of (he value in 
excess of $72,000. If not classified 
as homestead property, it would be 
taxed at a higher rale depending on 
its use. Furthermore, the Homestead 
Credit was not extended to non- 
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Rhoda Wengeler 
receives award 
from LSS 

Wh:n Khixla Wcnpcler returned 
to school to eel her degree in social 
work from ihc University of North 
Ditou. she thought she would 
eventually locus her energies on 
troubled teens. She was open to 
almost any area of social work, 
except wink with the dcvclopmen- 
ttlly dibbled. Ironically, she fell 
into an internship at the Occupa- 
tional Developmental Center serv- 
ing persons with developmental 
disabilities in Thief River Falls. 

"1 think there is always a reason 
for those things in your life,' Wen- 
geler said. "When my internship 
ended, they had a party for me, and 
it was hani to leave* 

Rhoda Wcngclcr is now (he 
coordinator of three 24-hour care 
facilities for the devclopmcnully 
disabled operated by Lutheran 
Social Service in Thief River Falls. 
CrooLston and Fosston areas. She 
oversees 28 stafT people who work 
with nine adults and three children. 
"They have taught me a lot about 
ntyscir." Wcngclcr said. _"Thcy 
taught mc compassion and helped 
me lo be less judgmental bf other 
. people." 

In April, Lutheran Social Ser- 
.jgke honored WenRclcr wilh the . 
** (Continued on Page 2) 




Rhoda Wengeler of Thief Rive? Fall* received tho "Making a 
Difference" award from Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota at a 
meeting Wednesdey at Trinity Lutheran church in Thief River 
Fells. The award pin was presented by Daniel Bergeland, 

Northwest Region director. 




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FAITH DECLARES A BUDGET 

VACATION AM ENJOYABLE 

ONE 



Vacation time Is herc-for many of iis. and 
this year It may have to be a low budget - 
one. However, wherever we live In this 
wonderful country, there Is always some- 
thing beautiful to see nearby, as well as 
some fun things to do; even if we just 
lounge around the back yard and rfnaybe 
take an occasional ride to the woods or a 
beach. If there's one handy. It's not neces- 
sary to spend a lot of money In order to 
have a good time, escape from the cares 
and chores of the rest of the year, and see 
the wonders of nature. Just remember that 
Qod made this world we live In, and He 
put a lot of beauty Into It that man, with 
all his huge shopping malls, etc, cannot 
completely eradicate. Remember also that 
God will be watching over you, whether 
you're at home or away. 



Evartgalical Covananl Church 

R«v Rct\a/d Lundgran. Wartm Paaia 

Kant Hwdion. Youth Paator. 

Wadnatday. July 15. Noon Ladiai 

&bia Kudy: 6 pm. Cfyvboord; 7 p.m. 






16; 7 o.m. Mai 



Sonday. July ifl: 3:15 a.m. SJndjy 
jchool; 10:30 a.m. Wofihip »»>rvics: 
7 30 p.m. Relaionihip wnil. 

Monday. July 20: 6:45 p.m. Oia- 
conaJa; 7 p.m. Tru«M»; B p.m. Booid 
maatng. 

Tuaaday. July 21: 7 a.m. Ladioa 
Bibla «udy at Rax Cola. 

Son Lutnaran Church 

Dam-iii Raymond. Pastor 

Gory Johftjon. Paator 

Hanry Moyar, Voitation Pastor 

Wadnaiday. July 15: 7 p.m. Wot- 

ship-Chicago Folk sarvfea. 

Saturday. July IB: 4 p.m. 
Vtgan/Nau wadding. 

Sunday. July 10: B30 ajn. Worship 
■ ervica (KTRF and cabla 3 broad- 
casts): 10 o.m. Worship sarvtco; 7:30 
pjn. Urtharan Vaspari. 

Tuasdoy. July 21: Q.m. Staff nwot- 
Ing; 7 p.m. Parish planning council. 

• 

Our Saviour** LuUwran Church 

AFLC 

Dal Palmar. Pastor 



Flnl Oaptlst Church 

Carrol Erx*jon. Pastor 

Wadnasday. July 15: 630 p.m. Fam- 
ily picnic at lha Oakland Paik picnic 
grounds. Devotions, food and games. 
Brine, tha lamiy. 

Sunday. July 10: 030 a.m. Sunday 
school lor aJ ogas; 1030 a.m. Morning 
worship; 7 pm. Evening servlca includ- 
ing a vtdeo and raport ot the Juarai, 
Maiicothp. 

Monday-Salurday. July 20-25: Hi- 
Tean camp at Laka Bronson Boplisl 
B-bla camp. 

Wednesday. July 22: 7 p.m. Bible 
study and prayer service. 

Redeemer Lutheran Church 

Luther Anderson. Pastor 

Neil Gladen. Pastor 

Dave Row. Youth Pastor 

Wednosday. July 15: 730 p.m. Altar 
Guild. 

Thursday. July 16: 830 o.m. WIC; 2 
p.m. Riverside Terraco worship; 3 p.m. 
Oakland Park worship: 7 p.m. Finance 
committee - Youth committee: B p.m. 
AA. 

Friday. July 17: 7 am. Study/prayor. 

Sunday, July 19: 8:15 a.m. Holy 
Communion worship; 10:45 o.m. Wor- 
sWp. 

Seventh-day Advontist Church 

Norman Zimmorman, Pastor 
Wednesday. July 15: B p.m. Special 



'Making A DifTaxoct" «want The 
■ward trcogniKi empkryees^who 
hnng i unique tow o( "heart* and 
rjfecuvcneis to their wort 

'She strives for i high quality of 
life for the residents, and ueiU 
everyone with respect.' said Jiymc 
Dtird. a program counselor 

Wengeler helped open all three 

facilities with the fini program in 

Thief River Falls opening in Jm- 

wa' uary 1989. Two othen opened in 

1991 in Crookston and Fosston. 

Immanuel Ebeneier Lutheran Parish Remodeling to meet needs of dis- 

PlunmerUnnesota ,blr^ org^iiing nxords and meel- 

Oaience J. Johnson. Pastor ~ ^, k 'l„„ m < tnri»1 wrvttrn 

Wednesday. July 15: 8 p.m. Hope »g ™& P^.jTrSei wS 

c-d..Uary-Fj,rab.thdrde were all part of the P/ " 55 - «J« 

Thursday. July 16: B a.m. Prayer the projects were highly tirne-intai- 



camp. 

Tuesday-Sunday. July 21 rC: 7:30 
p m Communry special meetings. 
There is always a hiendly waioome 



breaktait at Catnoie church. 

Friday. July 17: 12-noon Newsletter 
deadline: 7 p.m. Weddrtg rehaarsaJ al 
Immanuei. 

Saturday. July 18: 5 p.m. Enge- 
sether-Torkalson wedding at Immanuel. 

Sunday. July 10: a.m. Worship at 
Immanuel: 10 a.m. Cotlee lellowship; 
10:30 a.m. Worship at Ebenezer: 1 
p.m. Pastor conducts service at Hill- 
crest. 



sivc. Wengeler said she thrives on 
her work. 

'I love my work! This is a giral 
place to be." 

Uiiheran Social Service of Min- 
nesota is ihc largest non-profit 
provider of services to ihe develop- 
mentally disabled serving nearly 
400 children and adults in crve<4p 
group homes and smaller living 
arrangements statewide. Other 
agency programs include counsel- 
' id, adoption, guardianship. 



Viking Covenant Church 
viking^ Minnesota 
Gerald Deppa, Pastor -..„, . _ . 

Wednesday. July 15: 730 p.m. Bible refugee reseUlcmcni. senior nuui- 
study and prayer. rjon services, chaplaincy, in-home 

Sunday. July 10: 10 a.m. We would counseling and group homes for 
like to welcome everyone to n special j—uki-h (£«« 
service with a team from Oak Hills ' rouDlca uxm - 
Bibla College, called 'Body Builders." 
who will present a program to portray 
what It means to grow as a Body 
tog other In our understanding and rela- 
tionship with God. Please plan to join 
wilh us to learn how important the Body 
ol Christ roally Is. 



Wednesday. July 15: a.m. Prayer -afoiuta a tuai session topic: He Must 

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So didst Utou travel 
on life's way. In 
■ cheerful godliness. 
■ WUlLim ivordsioort/i 



-..J am ujIUi thee, 
and win keep thee 
In ail places' 
whither thou goest' 
- Ocnesta 28:15 



THE TIMES 

TAKE A CLOSE LOOK AT YOUR 

PRINTING NEEDS.. .THEN COME OVER 

AND TAKE A CLOSER LOOK AT US!" 

8 AJtAv 6:00 PM. Mors. - Fri. 

S AJH. - 12 Noon SaturdUya 

Phone: OS 1-44 GO 

324 Main Awa. North 

/Thief River Falle 



BILL'S SERVICE 

FOR COMPLETE CAR CARE 

S AJH. to 5 PJW- Moo.-Frl. 

Pbona: 8S1-S207 

203 N. Knight Avenu* ._. 

Thief fthrar FaUa 

WMmm (Bill) Mathlau, Owner 



BUQGE'S OIL CO.^: 

UNION -76' PRODUCTS 

AAA SERVICE 

FUEL OIL & FARM DELIVERIES 

Phone: 631-4926 

— 20lMa!n Avenue South 

Hwy. 69 South 

Thief River Falle 



EKEREN DRUG, INC. 

— HAVirYOURDOCTOftCAUrUS- - 

Phone: 681-2351 

Moe^ Tea*, Wad^ M 8 AJkL« PJM. 

Ttart. ■ AaL-9 P.H. S«t. I IM.-SdO P.M. 

119 East 3rd SUeat 

Thief River Falle 



ERL'S FOOD MARKET 

OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 

7AM.-11 P.M.FORYOUR ' 

.„ 1GAS_& G ROCERY NEED_S___ 

103 Eart^th & Main 

Thief River Fella 

Phone: 681-4827 



HARDWARE HANK - 

-COMPLETE LINE OF HARDWARE. 

HOUSEWARES AND GIFTS" 

Open 8 AJM. to 9 P.M. Daily 

Saturday 8 to B30 

Sunday 12 to E30 

681-3S9B 

Hwy. 58 South 

Thief River.Falla 



lellowship; 8 p.m. &We study. 

Friday. Jury 17: 5-7 p.m. Academy 
smorgasbord. 

Saturday. July 18: 7 p.m. Schlorkolk 
and Dyrud wedding. 

Sunday. July 19: 8 a,m. Morning 
devotional hour; 9:30 a.m. Our 
Saviour's worship sen/Ice. 

• Monday. July 20: B n.m. Academy 
prayer hour at FloAnn's. 

Assembly of God Tabernacle 

Sandy Stevenson, Pastor 

Cathy Stevenson, Pastor 

Wednesday, July 15: 7 p.m. Family 

night. 



Increase. John 322-26. 

Saturday, July IB: 9:30 a.m. Inten- 
sive Bole study (I Peter 1:3-5) Adults - 
Our Living Hope; Children 4 divisions 
by ago; 10:45 a.m. Church ministries 
and community services; 11 a.m. 
Dlvlno worship sermon by Norman 
Zimmorman, Pastor. 

Every Sunday 9 o.m. on Channel 4 
*lt Is Written" by George Vandeman. 



Goodridga Area Lutheran Pariah 
ELCA 
Goodrldge, Minnesota 
Robert W. Oahlen, Pastor 
Anne Hokenstad. Intern Pastor 
Thursday, July 16: 9 a.m. • 3 p.m. 
' Ono Day Retreat at Our Savior's, 
Grygla. Hoglstration $4.00. 

Sunday. July 19: 8:30 njn'Ekelund 
worship; 9:45 a.m. Bethany worship: 11 
o.m. Forth worship. The Golden String 
Quartet from Novis, will be ol Ekekind 
and Faith during the morning worship. 



Sunday. July 1 9; 930 a.m. Sunday Olive Ladles Aid. 
school; 1030 a.m. Morning worship ""■ '" 



Cloarwator Lutheran Palish 

Evangollcsl Lutheran Synod 

Thomas Rank, Pastor 

Daniel Fougstad, Pastor 

Wednesday. July 15: 7 p.m. t 



Thursday, July 16: 2 p.m. St. Petri 
service; 6 p.m. Mlssionetlos loader's Ladles Aid; 9 p.m. Parish officers meet- 
meeting; 7 p.m. Evening servlca. 



Bethanl* and WesUker 

Free Lutheran Churches 

Loroy FDcklnger, Pastor 

Wednesday, July 15: 730 p.m. Bible 

study. Radio Wostakor. 

Thursday, July 16: 8 p.m. Westaker 
Luthor league. 

Saturday, July 18: Parish youth 
night. 

Sunday, July 19; 9 a.m. Bothanlo 



Monday, July 20: 10 am - 12-noon 
Pastors/Wives fellowship and prayer 
time. 



Ing at Oak Park. worship sorvico; 1030 a.m. Westaker 

Sunday. July 19: 830 am. Worship WOTh u 30fV ico; 4 p.m. Prayer time al 
Mt.Olivo f oj I o w od b y qtJOH ^ V ^°*°^ Evangelical Froo. 



Abundant Ufa Church 
Rev. Berton R. Hushagon, Pastor 
Wednesday, July 15: 1 p.m. Quitting; 

3 p.m. Worship services at Valley 

Homo; 7 p.m. Choir practice. 

Sunday. July 19: 930 o.m. Worship 



mooting - Worship St. Petri: 10 a.r 
Worship Oak Park; 11:15 am Worship 
Nazareth. 



Gatzke-Thlot Lake Lutheran Parish 
United and Our Savior's 

Gatzke, Minnesota 
Robert Amundson, Pastor 

,. — , ... -- „„._ , .,-. Sunday, July 19: 9:30 a.m. United 

services (broadcast «" KJJQ «? worship services; 11 a.m. Thiel Uke 
on radio dial); 11 am Potluck picnic wor . h |^ sorvk . 03 . 



Rupprechts host 
Polled Hereford 
state field day 

(amtinued from Page 1) 
to the herd's success in all positive 
ways," he added. "The cow herd 
now contains bloodlines from the 
most popular pedigrees in the . 
industry. Cows arc rigidly culled if 
they do not perform with their con- 
temporaries. 

"Herd sires are selected on visu- 
al appraisal, performance and 
EPDs....Our goal is to breed- Polled 
Hcrefords for efficiency and adapt- 
ability with the performance thai 
can add profits into purebred and 
commercial programs. 

Extend homestead, 
classification to 
include relatives 

(Continued from Page 1) 
homestead property. 

"However, the new law states 
that the relative-occupant is not eli- 
gible for either a renter's credit or 
the homeowner's property tax 
refund. Thai's to prevent people 



HINRICH'S ELECTRIC 

■ MOTOR REPAIR-REWINDING 

REBUILDING 

206 North Knifjht Avenua 

..- Phono: G81-7<3S6~ 

Arthur A. Hinric ha,' Owner 



■3REEW FUNERAL 
HOME, INC, 



JOHNSON-GREEN LINE, Inc. 

WUR FULL SERVICE 



JOHN DEERFDEATEH- 

Phone: 681-1131 

ThTaf River Fatle 

Marland Johnaon. Owner 



MEDICINE SHOPPE 

-HOME OFTHE NATIONAL 
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Aurora from tha Poet Office 
;118 North LaBree y> 
1 Thlaf River Falle v . 
Phone; 681-8300 



THIEF RIVER OIL 

FOR YOUR FUEL OIL. 

PROPANE. AND GASOLINE NEEDS 

8th a. Atlantio 

Thief River Fall* ' 

681-1240 



on radio dial); .. _ - . 

dinner (or tha congregation and friends. 
-- For rldescoH 681-2300 or.68l.4209. 



Precious Sood Baptist Church 

Mlchaol Forsborg, Pastor 
Wednesday, July 15; 7 p.m. Bible 
study and prayor time for adults and 
children. 

Sunday, July 17: 10 o,m. Sunday 
school for oil ages; 11 a.m. Worship 
services, nursery nvallablo, visitors 
welcome; 7 pm Evening sorvico. 



worship sorvlcos. 

Wednesday, July 22: 8 p.n 
church co unaT moots; 



United 



. Black River Lutheran Parish 
Luthor Anderson, Pastoi>*=* 

Noll Gladen, Pastor C 
Dave Row, Youth Pastor 
Tuosday. July 14: 8 p.m. Church from exploiting the new law by 
council. claiming multiple homesteads 

Sunday, J uly 19: 930 a m Worship. through various family members," 
Rep. Sparby added. 

"The Legislature's aim is that 
with this new law, grandma and 



St. Paul! Lutheran Church 

Terrl Jo SWIdum, Pastor 

Sunday, July 19: 9 a.m. Worship. 



Holt Luthoran Parish 
Nazaroth and Sllvor Crook 

Eugono Flolstad, Pa3tor 
Wednesday. July 15: 7 pm Silvor 
Crook Women of the ELCA moot. 

Sunday, July 19: 9:30 a.m. Sllvor. 
Creek worship: 11 am Nazareth wor- 
ship. Rev. Cliff KoJmoo will conduct sor-. 
vices. 



today or a P^" 1 can P rov,dc a homc t0 a 
Wodnosday, July 22: 7 p.m. ELCAW child, without worrying about prop- 
Biblo study. crty tax complications or getting hit 
with a big property lax hike. Per- 
sons with questions should contact 
the Pennington, Red Lake or Mar- 
shall .county property tax office 
(auditor) for more details and infor- 
mation." . 



Tolomarkon Luthoran Church 

Rural Goodrldge 

Raynord Huglon, Pastor 

Sunday, July 19: 9:30 a.m. Divine 

worship. 



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-Falls Eye Clinic&_ 



Pine to Prairie Home Health Clinic 

oger-a— 



FREE HEALTH CARE 
EYE SCREENING 

Thursday, July lis . 



• Glaucoma- Test 

• Refreshments Served 



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Dc^atsU 2S- Lo" E^oeisrud. Tracy 
O»on. Datna Lr»ne 27- Daon Hanaon 
?v CUxt Thompson »- Aaca Modna. 
31- Maine Nelson 

July anniversaries: 8- Lester and 
5,W Paiarion, lyle and Dactty Oson. 
Eircry arxl Janrtlar FUlao. B- Qlen and 
Joyca Ueakma. 13- Ooy^a and Uartyn 
Hartud. 2fl- Edor and Orace Aojar- 



Sunday Karl Larson and Todd 
Jesme vulied and had lunch wilh 
Amok) and Verruca Larson. 

Friday etiernoon Vivian Segituen 
vitrted w«i Hanna Moan. 

MaMda Hamberg. Uayntvd Nelson 
and MyrOe Hornstrom o( St. P«i came 
up on Thursday evening. MeMda and 
Uaynard came to attend the Nelson 
reunion, and Uyrtie came to vittt wtth 
relatives and friends. Mayna/d and 
Melvlda ware houieguails ot Ellen 
Hjefle. and MjrtJa was a houiaguesl ot 
Shiriey Latroodi. 

Saturday ahernoon Bud and Ruby 
Moan visited with Vernon and Lllllo 
Olson. 

Tuesday Ludlle Skadsem went to 
Thief River Falls to visit with Mayme 
McLaughlin at the Valley Home. She 
oho visited with Nellie Skadsem. 

Saturday afternoon Milton and Bev- 
erly Efickson. Jason, Mark and Jane 
Scnaumburg and Matthew attended 
the wedding of Kevin Boresson to Deb- 
bie Omdahl at the park in Sirathcona. 

Bert and Joyce Kron visited at the 
Roy Roppe home on Friday evening. 
They also brought Nlckolas and 
Gretchen Roppe over to spend a week 
visiting with their grandparents, Roy 
and Laura Roppe. 

Gordon and Adrlenne Elllngson of 
Andover. spent the weekend visiting 
with Alice Elllngson. Adrlenne and Gor- 
don also attended the 50'a school 
reunion In Middle River on Saturday. 

Wendell and Shirley Melo ot St Paul 
Park visited with Inga Melo and Elsie 
Hodik. and Shirley's sister In Thief 
River Falls last week. 

Dr. and Mrs. Sherman Lee, and 
Krlstl and her children. Nathaniel, 
''•'Angela and Mlcoh ot Menomonie, Wl. 
'' Mr. and Mrs. Ron Johnson ol Madison. 
Wl, Prudence Hokonson and Gratia 
Johnaon ol. Waseca, and Dr. Dan 
Keller qf San Diego, CA. stopped In at 
the Huglen homo the weekend before 
last They were In the area lor the Nel- 
son reunion. 

Charles and Linda Olanzer, Joseph, 
Benjamin, and Nathan spent a week at 
the Merle Bjomrud horns the second 
week in June. 

Lata Wednesday afternoon the 24th. 
Robbln Malhsen, Ronslle. Reonn and 
Marilyn Mothsen stopped In lor a briol 
visit over goodies. They had taken sev- 
. eral children up to lha Galilee Bible 
camp ol Lake Branson. 
' Friday Pom and Breonna Melby ol 
Greenbush visited at the Carvel 
Glllunds. Friday evening visitors were 
Sandra Larson and Sam and Duane 
Ekman. 

Gene Waterworth and Christoler 
came up on the 24th. to visit ot the 
Aaron Waterworth home. They lelt 

again on Friday. - -- 

Sunday evening those that brought 
belated birthday wishes to Sarah Lar- 
son wore her grandparents, Stan and 
Ruby Swanson, Arnold and Vomica 
Larson, Sybil Cwlkla, Karl Larson, Todd 
Jesmo, Jessica Swanson, Robin and 
Colleen Swanson, Dusty and Brady, 
Stanley Larson, and Richard Larson, 
They all enjoyed birthday cake and Ico 
cream. Sarah received many nice gifts 

and cards,; 

Wodnosday lorenoon Henry and 
Kay Nelson visited and enjoyed coffee, 
with Honna Moon. 

Mr. and Mrs. Amle Olson and their 
throe daughters ol Bear Lake visited 
with Ellon HJollo on Sunday. 

Saturday evening Marshall and 
Verna Myhror visited at the Vernon 
Olsons. 



Hope*, tiootai and ft/avf%ert visaed 
at fie Waftaca tV?t» home 

Wandal ervl V-*ey u- ° "^ lrta * 
Uata *t»Aed al F*e Marten Ue*o home 
on Tuesday avarw^Q 

Cordate AcrVn»on and Irene Svom. 
mm ol R*J*«kJ spam a 'aw days v»n- 
Ing Cia>r broTiar and enter. Barnard 
and Valborg Huglen. On Sunday 
avarnng. they drove up to Badger, to 
hear Rev Gefanal Uarcado ot Uaikoo 
speak at tna Badger Creak Lutheran 
cnurch. 

Uerte and B^ia^ Bjomrud calebrat- 
ed tha* 40th arvrvarury wtth thar cn»- 
dren and granden^dran. at 0>e 5leve 
Hanson home at Bamidri from the 1 0(h 
W tha 21 it ol Juna Those presarrt at 
the occasion ware Bonnie and Stave 
Hanson and lamiv. Martm and Jean- 
nine Bfomrud and (amly ol Embarrass, 
Unda and Onanes Guvuar and boys ol 
Blackduck. and Janet and Mke Simon- 
son ol Lakeland. 

Grandpa and grandma. Curt and 
Elaine Thompson treated the«r grand- 
daughter. Ameer WJson to supper up- 
town on Wednesday evening, and 
Thursday evening thsy brought her 
home and had a cup of cotfee and 
goodies with Usa W4ton and family. 

Tiilie Amundson and Bud Tunneim 
visited with Carvel and Ruby GuIIund 
on Wednesday forenoon. 

Richard Waterworth came on Mon- 
day. June 22nd, to visit at Ihe Aaron 
Waterworth home. He left again on Fri- 
day. 

Tuesday visitors and dinner guests 
at the Arnold and Vernice Larsons 
were Sue Dondelinger, Shone, Lauren 
and Joey, Don Larson. Andy and Josh, 
and Chad Nelson. They also helped 
Vernice with some painting. 

Wednesday afternoon Hanna Moen 
visited with Tiilie Amundson. 

Melvkta Hamberg and Maynard Nel- 
son visited with Elbert and Dolores 
Johnson on Saturday evening. 

Monday evening Vernon and Ullle 
Olson visited with Florence Borg. 

Saturday afternoon Mildred Skad- 
sem visited with Ludlle Skadsem and 
enjoyed coffee uptown. 

Matthew Schaumberg Is spending a 
week with Ni grandparents, Milton and 
Beverly Erlckson. 

Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Vossen and 
daughter stopped over to visit wllh 
Ellen Hleila on Saturday. 
Tuesday Julia Johnson visited with 
' Inga Melo and btought her some good- 
ies. 

Agnes Wick and Mr. and Mrs. Elvln 
Fossen of East Grand Forks were 
evening dinner guests at the Huglon 
home on Monday a week ago, together 
with Cordelia Agrlmson and Irene 
Strommrm. Agnes Wick and Ethel Fos- 
sen are third cousins of the Huglens. 
Their paternal groat-grandmothers 
being sisters En Norway. 

John Hanson trom Torrance, CA, 
and Carl Hanson Irom Puyallup, WA, 
were houseguests ol Merle and Beuloh 
BJornrud from Monday until Tuesday, 
while visiting friends and relatives In 
the Nswfolden area. Carl left lor his 
home on Monday. John left lor his 
home In California on Tuesday, Juno 
23. 

Saturday evening, June 27th. Curl 
and Elaine Thompson were supper 
guests ot Harvey Skyberg at the local 
cafe. Afterwards they went out lor a 
nice long drive and came back to the 
Thompson homo and had Ice cream. 

Geraldlno Glllund and Boverly 
Thygeson wero brief callers at the 
Carvel Glllunds on Monday. Brian 
Glllund visited at tho Carvel Gillunds on. 
Tuesday evening. 

Rev. Raynard Huglen and Rev. and 
Mrs. LoRoy Fllckinger attended tho 
annual Conference of the AFLC at 
Osceola, Wl, Juno 17-21. Valborg 
Huglen visited with her sisters In Rlch- 
llerd returning with one ot them, 
Cordelia Agnmaon, lor the 50th 
anniversary festivities ol her graduation 
from high school that weekend. 

Sunday evening Curt and Elaine: 
Thompson picked up Olga Thompson 
and went to visit Emma Knmmon for a 
while, enjoying coffee and goodlos with 
her. 

Myrtle Holmstrom ol SL Paul visited 

at tho Aaron Waterworth homo on 

Thursday. • 

Monday (or o noon Delia Elsoth and 



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Tuaadar evening June 30. visitors 



ol Curl and 
EU ^e Thompson waia Harvey 5*y- 
bara Flovd and Adetoe Nkalson 

Aaron end Dtanoha Waianrcrth •*!*- 
ad el the Erner Ho'mstrom home on 
Sunday 

The Newtotden Area Gospel SVttg 
Band presented the program al the 
Fenh Lutheran Brethren church in Thaaf 
R/ver Fa«s on Sunday evening They 
wtl be preeeneng a program al tha 9L 
Ota! Lutheran church In Donaldson July 
1 2. at I -30 p m On July 2fl. lhay w* be 
lurnlshing tha musk lor the special 
meetings at the Community Center ki 
Nawtoktan. starong at 7:t5 pm. Evary- 
ona is welcome to these programs. 

Carol Nats vtsrted al tha Arnold Lar- 
son home on Thursday anamoon and 
had cot aa with them. 

Father's Day visitor* at the Aaron 
Watarwonht ware Richard Watarworlh, 
Mike and Dabble Waterworth and 
Reed. 

Vernice Larson visited and enjoyed 
coffee with Hanna Moan on Monday 
afternoon. 

Friday forenoon Maynard Nelson 
and MatvkJa Hamberg visited with Inga 

Mr. and Mrs. Amle Olson visited at 
the Elbert Johnson home on Sunday 

evening. 

Thursday evening Wendell and 
Shirley Melo took Inga Malo out lor 

CoT Elmer Bum* from San Francis- 
co spent a few days visiting at the 
Merle Bjornruds home. Elmer Is Merle's 
uncle. 

Eunlca and Norman Gunderson ol 
Alexandria, spent Monday and Tues- 
day at the Merle Bjomrud home. 
Eunice Is a sister ol Mrs. Ernest VTck, 
who was o Pastor at the Evangelical 
Free church In Newtolden In the 40s 
and SOs. She also was a roommate of 
Beulah's while attending Trinity Bible 
School In Minneapolis in 1040. Beutah 
and Eunice visited with Ruby Holmaas 
on Monday. .... 

Attending the funeral for Mabel 
Kvemshagen, mother of Doreen 
Amundson, on June 27th at North- 
wood. ND, were Mr. and Mrs. Rodney 
Uedberg, Jarod and Kelly. Ruby Engol- 
srud, Leanna Bengtson, David Bakke, 
Raynard and Valborg Huglen. 

Curt and Elaine Thompson and 
Reuben and Thelma Haugen anended 
the Sunday morning worship service 
and delicious dinner at Ihe Gallllee 
Bible camp last Sunday the 28th. 

Thursday evening supper guests at 
the Michael Watorworths wero Aaron,, 
and Blanche Waterworth. Richard 
Waterworth, Gene Waterworth ond 
Chris. 

Wednesday afternoon visitors at the 
Carvel Glllund home were Arnold and 
Vernice Larson. Jerry Glllund and Art 
Nelson. 

Steve and Bonnie Hanson and fami- 
ly spent the weekend of June 26-28 at 
the Merle Bjomrud home. Tho Hanson 
lamlly presented the program at the 
Free Church of Newlolden Sunday 
morning, June 28. presenting their 
work with Youth Investment Founda- 
tion. 

Sunday afternoon Marvin and Betty 
Moen visited and enjoyed lunch with 
Honna Moon. 

Saturday forenoon Maynard Nelson, 
Mr. and Mrs. Amle Olson and daugh- 
ters, visited with Inga Melo. 

Mr. and Mrs. Jeny Stromberg visliod 
with Elbert, and Delores Johnson on 
Monday. 

Mono Bjomrud and his uncle, Elmer 
Bums from Son Francisco, CA, visited 
with the Marlin BJorrjrud lamlly at 
Embarrass. Thursday they were 
overnight guests there. Friday they 
wero noon luncheon guests of Bonnie 
ond Steve Hanson at Bemldjl. Carol 
and Wayne BJornrud and Elmer Burns 
were guests ol Merle and Boulah 
Bjomrud lor dinner at the Best Woslorn 
In Thief River Falls. 




Tho Pennington County Fair began WtoVtttday 
with the opening of the mktwiy. The carnival. 
Murphy end Son* Amusements, employs 



between 40 and B0 workers and will play 32 
engagements in the 36 season weeks of 1992. 
The carnival appears throughout the Midwest. 



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Harvey Langnoss of Grygla, who Is a 
patient at tho Northwotit Medical Con- 
tor In Thiol River Falls.. Ho entorod tho 
hospital on Sunday, July 5lh. Wo all 
wish him a complolo and spoody 
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AM** 100 t«<TW r marnba'* of t*-a 
termer Robert W5 ►*•*•« KoUnd get* 
ared at The ArerjVaraon tar-i»te.ad A>> 
a*h. and 5*t\ lor a tar* * naumon TNe 
evgt* ta*r»f T nwfears aca^d«ng ••*• 
Uorit and Jane Hoiand. W-u a^d 
Ua>|orle |Koltf>dl Woli-n. Ro» and 
Emogene {Koland) Anda*»on. Ph.i-p 
and YVonne (Koeanfl Boan al of Karl 
Bad. Crteesn and Joyce (KaLanrf) Boan. 
and Donald and Maian (Koland) 
WySOCkl from Durn»»illt. B.Hy and 
Dorm (Ko4aodJ SiJrrvw ol Uberal. KS. 
and Roger end UnaUaa Koland ol 
Bloomlngton. Many ot the children 
attended along with o*ir relative*. 
One of The highlight! of Iha reunion 
was the Sunday momeng wonh»p *•*■ 
vac*, haw at ffw Z<n Urfiran church 
wttn Pastor Gary Doen ofToasng Spe- 
cial mute was provided by the family 



la Von Johnson resjmed home after 
a 3-week stay in AOuquerque. NM. vis- 
iting a hi end the had mat while she 
waslrvtng m Germany. 

Jean and Kristin Klemvecrner ot 
Mantel. NO. brought cake to Frank 
Weirrvachtew"s Monday evenang to c*te- 
brala Krlttin'a 11th blrihday. June 
Ka*prow*c2 aJ»o afifoyed cake and cof- 
fee ffiera. 



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hvj« ar<5 »*» aa>V«' Karl of Verba 

gr eel cbtk»a*^m> Keiy (fruggefwn 
•nd Jo^Tua c* L "no La*»* 

r^e^y r^on ay-d f.!»*eoe f.iewert 
end r*e*ar>ai f-**nd Ame o* Eeoem* 
r^w ^er.1 t*e w^mrj at Peter and 
P#»M TSt>-vion i Tt-ey viMad wth 
Darr-y a-wj (W(*r »Sn»on, LaVorv%e 
JcrVwn and D*.Td 7>iorTp«Dr\ rndey 
evening. Danny. Decty. Uici%*ta and 
J*r*-y JChn»on. Sh«"y. Scott and 

Starve Stewart and *vig>e had aup- 
per al Peter and Pearl Thompeon i 

Claudia and Jeme Qergpren 
flapped n lo lee Grandpa and Cvarv 

ma KJerwacrter on Friday evening 

Fourth of Jiiy d*r>er guedt al Eh*e 
Le'rooth'* were Waller Thompion, 
Dean and JoAnn* HoW o cm, Dougtai 
and Karleen Holmirom and Codee of 
WMt Si Paul 

Tracy Kraft of Umot. SO. cavre to 
get tit wife Kim. and ton. Kevin, who 
had been vlilting grandma. Elphie 
Adbt. thji peat week. They left Che 4tf> 
to go by Defrofl Lakai. to vtid Uan and 
Jean I • Kraft for a few day* before 
returning to Umot. 

Itaac and Betty Thompion and 
Po"y Steventon took dnntr aJong to 
Nelaon LaOou> m Thief Wver Fa/li on 
Wedneaday. In ttie evening they were 
■upper guetta at Robert and Cathy 
Thornpaon'i. 

Arnold and Vernice Lanon and 
Leonard Torkelton were Frtday evening 
vnrtoft at La Vol Thun't. 

VoJlor* at Eart and Ebbo SaMberga 
this week have been Elphie Adbi and 
her daughter, Kim Kraft, and Kevin 



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rar" ttm )V<yi La*** Dam* and W« 
•-r t gated of (Vend t onYa. and Donna 
Ixmrtki [Vnatvan and Kaey DarwraM 
a->d Te»»'r eVd t^*>r good neighbor 
deed tor [a* and t M* by mo**« rial 
b>g lawn lor fser* k« wonder*** Vwl 
•ut^ paopte »*■ are to be tound Cart hi 
dMtg w»B eter r.e new oacemalux 
wwt put ^ and we **an hm a ap«ady 
>K«Wf Ebbe only found one potato 
bug fvt new-wig «" her garden, and h* 
r-w4 e emery end Good far you. Ebb*. 

Oar* and Judy tOatnvacnter anoom- 
pa.nttfd June Katprowicl to A/oyle to 
vii.l Bud and Uerie StaHen. In the 
everwng. June and Lartna Derggren Mr 
Md Frank t- 

ItaaC t^d Batty Thompaon «nd 
Pony Siavanaon drove to Uanagha 
Saturday to fon oe*r tamty mamban 
k> oVnar They were John and Oaadyi 
»nrfix* ol Part Rapjda, M and Ueir) 
S-mcnuc* of Atwater. and John and 
Anne Hendricliton of Sebeka. laeaac 
and Betty. Po»y. U and liar] attar vta- 
Itad at th* Mendncfcaoni. 

AMn HolmitiDin brought birthday 
greetngt to Judy KJe.rwach*a* Friday 
evemng On Saturday evening -M*u« 
and Toni. Ben. UanX Brian and 9u*an 
(QeWTrtcfitar, Terry. Befly. Mte l Tal an d 
Kevvi Paetruuwwiei brought greeting*. 

Jan Hilton and Joyce Kuttch 
returned to fftea- home* In Laiaura Oh/, 
FU aflef vltMng Elphie AdS» and oth- 
en thrt past w*ek. On thee- way home 
they itopp*d h Cotumbia. UO. and via- 
ited Jant aunt. Francaa Ad&a UcKarvy, 
a retired Ueutenant Colonel ol the air 
fore*. 

Fourth of July picnickers at Eddy 
Nelaon-s were Neit and Eva Ndton of 
Newtoldan. Emla and Pat VMrmrut^a 
and Mckolaj, Lanca and Tron, Nk»U 
and Jenny Carlton, Jenny Troakav, 
Norma Cartaon of Kennedy, ant) Kevfri 
Neiaon of RichflaW. 



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Dorothy Miller 



Monday Harry and Mabl* Sigarud 
took Carrie Herrnanson out to dnner In 
ThJaf RJvar Faila. Wa all tend a apedal 
greeting to Carrie!! 

Leonard Millar returned to Ns home 
at Evamvflle, IN. on Thunday altar 
■pending Ihraa weeks wtth farraly and 
frianda. 

Mr. and Mrs. Horry Sigarud talked to 
Mr. and Mrs. Allan Homing (Marilyn 
Sigarud) during tha weekend. Marilyn 
and Allan recently returned to their 
home at Caspar. WY. after attending 
th* wedding ol their son, Jm Homing, 
at Kansas City, KS. Congratulations to 
Vickie and Jim! Allan and Matiyn Horn- 
ing spent several days at Branson. MO, 
the "Music City" before returning to 
their home. Edgar and Dorothy Miller 
oho recalvod grooQngi from tha Hom- 
ings whan they were at Bransoa 

Mr. and Mra. Daryl Mlcketson, 
Zachary, Forrest and Ethan ot Salal, 
spent tna Fourth ol July weekend at 
the Richard and Judy Millar home. Mr. 
and Mrs. Palmar Holta war* suppsr 

Susata Thursday awning at the Miller 
oma. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Millar, 
Jonathan and Kacey wore visitors at 
tha Richard Millar home during tha 

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sigarud visited 
with Carrie Herrnanson at the Valley 
Home In Thief River Fails on Saturday. 
Oliver By» and John Fredrickson ware 
also visitors ot Carrie while Harry and 
Mabie visited her. 

Mr. and Mrs. Oscar FJaid ol Vancou- 
ver, WA, spent tholr vacation at the 
home ol Mrs. F]old's parents, Alice and 
Elmer Johnson In Goodrldge. Doris 
Josephson ol St. Paul also spent a 
week at tha home ot hor parents. Mr. 
and Mrs. Dave Langssth of Anoka also 
spent the holidays at the Elmer and 
Alico Johnson home. 

Mr. and Mrs. Norrls Hagon, Debbie 
Johnson and Adam, Mr. and Mrs. 
Oscar Fjeld, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer John- 
son, Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Tharaldson 



and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Seirner 
Holen were supper guests at the 
LeRoy and Jeonle Johnson home Sun- 
day evening. 

Mr. and Mrs. Otto Slgerud visaed at 
the Helen and Earl Halvorson home on 
Thursday evening. 

James (Sam) Herrnanson visited at 
the Otto and Hulda Slgerud home on 
Friday. 

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Hlnrlchs and 
Lance oi Angora, and Virgil Slgerud 
and son. Dale ol Bloomlngton, arrived 
Friday evening to spend the Fourth ol 
July weekend at the home ol Bev Hin- 
rlcns and Virgil's parents, Otto and 
Hulda Slgerud, and other family and 
Hands In the area. 

Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Uglem 
of Mohtorrtedi, and Mr. and Mrs. Har- 
vey Hanson of Grand Forks visited at 
the Otto and Hulda Slgerud home. 

WgB Slgerud and son, Dale, visited 
with Carri* Herrnanson at the Valley 
Home In Thief River Fals on July 4th. 

Dora Vroa and Mr. and Mrs. Harry 
Slgerud visited wtth Carrie Hormonson 
at the Valley Home on Wednesday In 
Thief River Foils. 

Mr. and Mrs. Morton Hutchinson and 
Baa Hutchinson and Mr. and Mra. Tarry 
Weils and Charlie visltod at the Bemle 
and Virgle Walls home on Sunday 
afternoon, July 5. 

Supper guasts Monday evening, 
Juno 29th, at the Selmer and Helen 
Holen homo were Doris Josephson, Mr. 
and Mrs. Oscar Field, Mr. and Mrs. 
Elmer Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Davs 
Langseth, and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard 
Weir*. 

Mr. and Mrs. Selmer Holen visited at 
the Elmer and Alice Johnson home In 
Goodrldge during the week. 

Tor'Lelf Brekke of Norway left Mon- 
day, July 6th from Minneapolis, after 
spending three weeks wllh his sister 
and brother-in-law, Iva and Jm Wells. 

Wednesday Jim and Iva Wells, 
Tor'Lelf Brekke and Yvonne Pederson 



spent th* day In Winnipeg. Canada. 
Friday night supper guests at the 
James Wells home were Jill Pomham 
and friends. Jill Under and Charles 
Paulson ol Clrdo Pines, who spent the 
holiday weekend at Detroit Lakes. 

July 4th, James Wells and Tor*Lolf 
Brekke enjoyed the Tow Wow* at Red 
Lake, ana Sunday, Jim and Iva Wads 
and Tor'Lelf Brekke enjoyed a picnic 
dinner with the Andy Wells family et 
Bemidji, and the parade. Tor'Lelf 
stayed at the Andy Weils horn* Sunday 
nlgnt. W* hope Tor'Leif enjoyed his 
visit In America! -tL- ' ■ 

A large crowd enjoyed the 4th of 
July celebration In Goodridge on Friday 
and Saturday. Jonathan Miller received 
a trophy In the kiddle tractor pull corv 
lert! 

Robert SJulosiad ot Phoenix, A2. 
called Edgar and Dorothy Miller on July 
4th. The Sjulestad's celebrated at tha 
Sandra and Jim Prlgg home In 
Phoenix, AZ. 

"Happy Anniversary,* to Helen and 
Selmer Holen, Who celebrated their 
- 40th wadding anniversary on June 
2Bthl ..■>'-' 

Signs Miller and her daughter, 
Marilyn LaCourslers of Brooklyn Park, 
returned home on July 1st, after spend- 
ing several weeks visiting family and 
Mends In Norway. 

Eddis Sjulestad and Mr. and Mrs. 
Morris Miller, Arlo and Alice of Grafton, . 
ND. visited at the Sign* Miller home 
during the holiday weekend. Edgar 
Millar visited with Sign© on Monday. 

Mr. and Mm. Morrio Miller, Arlo and 
Alice and Signe Miller were Sunday 
dinner guests at the Virginia Carriers 
home in Thief River Falls. 

Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Miller and Mr, 
and Mrs. Kenny Coan visited at tho 
Inga Coan home In Goodrldge one 
evening last week. 

Mrs. Richard Miller and Aaron. Mrs. 
Leon Iverson and Mrs. Joel Dahlan and 
Jamie visited at the Slgne Miller home 
In Thief River Falls on Monday. 



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M»-j anandad iSe f^• l Jr'^ &f JJf 
acivn.a* m Ooodrido* on tttaay and 
r^OJ-aeir Thank* *o fi* J»rr*a« lea- a 
rt* aaaian d 

I* and Mr* *•*( fawttun ww* ftyv 
S*t k'l'tMi at t»*e Joe and Ann 
KwitMl nom* Th* Nelaont also 
bto^g^t b"ihday greetings to Joe. 
Happy Brthda, Joa 

U and l*» Kavm ThwafcJaon. Aafv 
l*r. Daihany. Josh and Kaylo were 
ancnq oaSar pv**M who avaopad sup- 
pa' on Sunday evening at the Ray 
Johnaonhom* 

On FrWay afternoon Utahet* Coan 
and Gonya Oroven want to Grand 
Ftrti ahocong 

Ur and Mm Randy Downs. TeWfha. 
Haathar. Aaaha and Tyler ananded Th* 
paiad* and kiddies gimn in 
Ooodndga 

Ur and Mrs Jack Johntrvd ware 
vntors and auppar-guasts at tha Bon- 
nta Jonnsrud homa on Sunday. 

Dave Naaaatft was a Sunday tanner 
guest and supper guest at th* Uerie 
Faaatafh homa. 

Ur. and Mrs. Kenny Coan ware 
Wednesday evening visitors at the Inga 
Coan home. Later Ur. and Mrs. Edgar 
UUoar ware also vtsftors. 

Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Johnson, 
Jaan Johnson, monica Jessica and 
Michaila were Sunday afternoon vtsl- 
tori at the M*rie and Donna Naesath 
home. 

Amy Langseth caiabratad her 12rh 
birthday on July 3. Amy had Jenny 
Mutnansky. Andrea Johnsrud, Erica 
Jctvisrud. Chris Anderson, and AJssa 
Lundeen as her birthday guasts. and 
overnight company ware Erica, Chris 
and AJiiia. Amy also received greet- 
ings from her mom. Karen, wtth grand- 
parents. Mr. and Mra. Kenny Nelson. 
Happy Birthday. Arnyl 

Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hodmen ol East 
Grand Forks were Friday overnight 
guests and visitors at the Randy and 
Rhonda Downs home. 

Florence Hamm enjoyed a visit by- 
telephone from son. Warier Hamm and 
lamlyot Wichita. KS. 

Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Anderson 
attended tha reception and wadding 
dance ol Marlon Langavln and Tom 
BassatI, held at tha Eagles h*n In Thiel 
River Fals. 

■ Thursday vtshors at the Orvin Ander- 
son home ware Mr. and Mrs. Arlln 
Johnson ol vadss Heights. The John- 
sons were also overnight guests. Sat- 
urday the Arlln Johnsons visited al the 
Roger Blaine home. 

Florence Hamm, Albert Kezor. Kay 
Lynn, Joonn Hamm, Mary Kezar and 
Volarle, Mr. and Mrs. David Hamm, 
Karl Christopher and Kayta all helped 
Jordon Hamm celebrate his birthday. 
They also made tho acquaintance of 
Jarvls Brandon, son of Mr. and Mra. 
Jelfery Hamm. Congratulations to tha 
Harnrro on the birth of their son, Jarvls. 



k* and Ur» ta»| IWav Krtaian arV 
p.t>tt*,nr ol Mabron. NO, ap*->i 1*>a 
'ourti of Jt/y naaaand vtaAmg at fh* 
WaJiar* Anderson and Lean t\*f 

Ur and Urn Onfln Andavaon artand 
ad A/das dais "aunaon at th* Rati 
Waaaam \n Th»*f fWar 'aa* on frtday 



Uicfiel 



elle Coan wai a Monday 

evening visitor at th* Roger Coan 

Florence Hamm. Ur and Uri 
tmary tea and tarrwy. UaDonna On* 
way. and Daryl Hamm ware gv**ts at 
tha Donna; Mcrachefc home on Sund ay, 
bn honor ol grandaon. Adam's b**nd*y. 
son ol Ur. and Urs Doug Moracna*. 

Ur and Mr*. Jim Satvarson of 
Praane du Sac, Wl. ware Sunday via*. 
tors and cofl** guaeta at the Cwm and 
Arxla Andankon noma. 

Sunday da-wer gveeb and anamoon 
vtertors at tha Uwranoa Smafcy -home 
■rare Mr and Mrs. Norman Olion. 
Wendy and Ouaon, Alan C**on. PauU. 
Machaal and Kaytaa ol La Moure. NO. 
Ur and Mrs. Dav* Peterson and Katri- 
ne. Paul Smafcy. Jarry Smaky. Mr. and 
Mrs. Roland Assein. Kart. Mcola and 
Lucas of Roosevelt. Ur. and Urs. 
Kerny Coan and Wchat*. and Ur. and 
Urs. Ronnie Rustan. Ryan. Kali and 
KJm. 

Mr. and Urs. Orvtn Anderson ware 
Sunday evening viators at tha Norman 
Andarson home. 

On Wednesday Ur. and Mrs. Jack 
Jonnsrud vfsrlad wfth MinnJa 7o0*r*on 
at tha Mcintosh Manor In Mcintosh. 

Oail Brunstad ol San Diago. CA, 
attended har class reunion on July 3. 
Following a lour ol tha Goodridge 
school and the Woodrow Museum they 
al enjoyed a program and dnn*r at tha 
Bast Wettam. Th*y had a good ouflng. 
and an enjoyable time with twenty 
three class mates In attendance. 

Florence Hamm attended the Fourth 
of Jury activities In Goodrldge on Satur- 
day. 

Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Hougen attend- 
ed the class reunion held at Middle 
River on Saturday. 

Mrs. Emi* Swanson was a morning 
guest on Monday at the Dayton Silk 
noma in Thief River Fals. 

Mr. and Mra. John Hoffman and Mr. 
and Mrs. Roger Hoffman attended a 
Marquette family reunion, held at Rock 
Falls, IL. on July 2, 3 and 4. They all 
had on enjoyable time and they also 
helped Elizabeth Marquette celebrate 
her 05th birthday. Happy Birthday to 
you, Elizabeth, 

Hilda Hoffman, Inga Coan and 
Rosalia SohJofer were visitors and oof- 
lea guests ot the Eddie Hanson home 
of Fosston on Monday. 

Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Hamm brought 
Florenoa Hamm back to her homa on 
Sunday after visiting at Forrest and 
Margarets homa. 




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A fun tilled «rh of July weekend at 
Northern Light Cottage on Gull Lake, 
near Tenstrike. Folks from our area that 
enjoyed themselves were Phyllis Paul- 
son. Jim Peterson, Duane Danietson all 
from Thiol Rivor Falls. Irene Green, 
Bornlce Alby. Barb Anderson. Lisa, 
Richard, Aaron and Crystal, and Robert 
Raten and Hoton Chervestod. They all 
visited with Robert Nleml's family at 
Gull Lake Trailer Park. 

Joan Bronken of Okies, and grand- 
daughter, Shauna Knutson ol Boulder, 
CO, visited at the Clara Knutson home 
recently. Other visitors were Gloria 
Rustan. nnd Vlolot Joppru ol Thief 
River Falls. 

80 friends and relatives attended the 
annual pofluck picnic dinner at the Lyie 



and Muriel Mandt homa th* 4th ol July. 
Swimming, soltball and baseball were 
some ol the games enjoyed. 

Mr. and Mrs. Darrow Lundeen. Mr. 
and Mrs. Lyle Mandt. Mr. and Mrs. 
Clarence Johnson and Manda 
HegTvedte of Alexandria, enjoyed Mon- 
day dinner In a near by town. 

Mr. and Mrs. Darrow Lundeen were 
Sunday coffee guests at the Lyle 
Mandt home. 

The 4th ol July guests at The Kory- 
don Chervestad home were Mr. and 
Mrs. Glen Hofstad and family, and Mr. 
and Mrs. Eddie Olson and family. 

Muriel and Lyle Mandl were 
Wednesday colfae guests at the Eihul 
Wlseth home ol Goodrldge. Vance 
Wisoth came over too. 



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Merlin and Carol Klamar and 
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Mai and Clara Wilkant spent Fnday 
nghl and Saturday vintmg at the &lly 
Wayne home near Goodndg*. 

Mr. and Mrs. Arvid Siiiad ware sup- 
par guasts at the Romi* Kotrba horn* 
near Goodridge on Sunday evening. 
Debbie Hanson. Angie and Stephanie 
of Thief River Falls ware visitors tharar 
also. 

Recent visitors at the Roy and Ida 
Paulson home have been Bert and 
Gladys Amundson, Marge Thompson, 
Thelma Thomas. Harriet and Bill 
Nelsen. Dorothy Nordby. Avis ByWum, 
Olive Ostby, Carl Dryseth. Milton 
Sandsmark and Adeline and John 
Swanson of McGregor. 

Last Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Arvid 
Sistad visited at the Ardlth Stenen 
home in Thlel River Falls. Florence 
Maldment ol Thlel River Falls was a 
visitor there also. 

Edna Paulson left (or her home in 
Shakopee alter spending six weeks 
visiting nnd hptpinp nt tlw Roy and Ida 
Paulson home. 



Dennis Sundberg mad* a business 
tnp to McAJl*n. TX. la« weekend. Ha 
left early Saturday morning by plana 
Irom Fargo, and returned lata Tuesday 
night. Ha aaandad a Teacher Job Fair 
inMtAflan. 

Janice Andarson of Bloomington. 
Glenn Anderson and Vicki Schlechtar 
both ol Minneapolis, John and Karl 
Benjamin, and Christopher ol Min- 
neapolis spent tha weekend at the 
Thea Anderson home. Gary and Glen- 
da Gobelman ol Reno, NV, visited 
there also. Glenda remained for a sev- 
eral days visit before leaving for Grand 
Forks on Friday, where they attended a 
farraly reunion before returning horn* 10 
Reno. 

Mrs. Manlyn Simmons ol Ham Lake, 
and Mrs. Tracy Dickovich ol Plymouth 
visited at the Harry Johaneson home 
on Saturday. 

Harry and Alice Johaneson were 
supper guests at the Thea Andarson 
home on Wednesday and also visited 
with Glenda Gobelman. 

Agnes Kujanson and Hazel Samp- 
son ol St. Paul visited at the Thea 
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KDITORIALS 



The Times 1 Editorial Opinion 



The Times 

Thitf Rrv»r Falls, Minnesota 

Jf>hn P. Mattton. pubiiihrr 

Martin I^indin, editor 
David Hill, atiociatt editor 



Editorial opinion published on this 
t»C*o. wtwtrww loca'fy wntton or ro prmlwJ 
from otf»o» tou'C*** t-. mtrxxjed ro it»rnuiato 
trying, and discuiyon among our reactors. 
Opinions oiprosiod by tfw editor aro hit 
c**n and not nocetsanry thou of other suff 
members. Opinions e*prossed in itoms 
from other publications may bo contra- 
dictory to the editor's own views but are 
offered for the* general intorost. 



Bernie Omann Has The 
Right Idea On Finance 

Suic Rep Hemic Omann. the I-R endorwrd 
«:iiJ:Jj:c fiv Socmh Chttrici Cotigrtisnun. his 
ihc nj:M iJca en campaign financing. He has 
arini\;r\"i*il. through his campaign finance director 
M.ir\ Hith Mcgarry, ihii hit campaign will accept 
no more than 25 per cent of its fund* from 
JVliiK-al Action Committees (PACs). 

"People arc «cary and rightly distrustful of 
the hupc amounts of special interest money that 
pours into campaign coffers,' Meg any says. 
"And it his been widely rrpened in ihc media tfui 
those contributions often lead to the contributors. 
gcitinj; exactly what they want from elected 
officials." 

In the three months since Omann has begun 
an active campaign, he has raised $51,000. all 
from individual contributions and none from 
PACs. That isn't a lot of money for a congres- 
sional rxc. and it will have to grow if Omann is 
to mount an effective campaign against the 
incumbent. Congressman Collin Peterson. 

Omann has criticized Congressman Peterson 
for raising 71 per cent of his campaign money 
from PACs, most notably big labor. Mcgarry 
renewed Omann's earlier challenge that all 
campaigns in the district agree to accept no more 
than 25 per cent of their campaign funds from 
PACs. 

"When Congressmen or candidates raise the 
vast majority of their campaign funds from special 
interests rather than citizens, you have to wonder 
how much support they have within their actual 
districts— and wnOsc interests they arc going to 
represent when they cast their votes in Washing- 
ton," Mcgarry added. 

Now there arc people who contend — and 
justifiably so — thai it is easier to say you will turn 
down what you don't expect to get than it is to 
turn your back on buckets of bucks handed to you 
with very little effort on your own pan. There Is 
no sacrifice in such a challenge, but there is good 
reason for iL It is certainly dangerous to have a 
republic operated by the best politicians that 
money can buy. 

Omann is an aggressive campaigner who is on 
the move throughout the sprawling Seventh 
District. He has been in the Thief River Falls area 
at least three times in the early stages of his 
campaign. Perhaps his candidacy will be a "good 
Omann" for the district. 

Wc hope he continues to adhere to his PAC 
limitation whatever his public office status. Sen. 
Paul Wcllstonc is apparently one office holder 
who has taken a different .view of PACs as an 
incumbent than he did as a challenger. Funny 
how perspectives change when the seemingly 
unreachable suddenly drops into your hand. But 
wc think Omann has the right idea in limiting 
PAC participation in election campaign financing, 
although we don't expect those candidates who 
have PAC support to turn it down,in any great 
amount. 



Not All Wildlife Is 
Endangered 

Aaron Pass, writing a column for PM 
tditonal Services, says that if you <*jtch enough 
of the "nature specials" appearing on television, 
you might draw the conclusion that all of the 
worlds wildlife is on the brink of extinction. 

"From hummingbirds in Hawaii to condors in 
California, the death knell of a species is a 
recurrent litany in many nature programs," he 
writes. "Bad news is good news u-hen it dni-s 
both viewers and contributions." 

And he also observes correctly that "unfor- 
tunately, hunters often arc blamed by a frequently 
simple-minded media approach to endangered 

wildlife. 

"Of course, wc all know of the plight of the 
African elephant, decimated by ivory 
poachers — ordowc? In East Africa, the elephant 
is in dire straits, but wc seldom hear about the 
thriving elephant herds in southern Africa. There, 
scientific and professional wildlife management 
uses selective 'culling,* (including licensed 
hunting) to control elephant numbers, reduce 
poaching and fund programs benefiting elephants 
and other wildlife species." 

In pioneer days wildlife in America was 
indeed exploited. "In the East, bison and elk were 
eliminated and the white-tailed deer and wild 
turkey nearly so," Pass writes. "With westward 
expansion, plains bison, elk and pronghom 
antelope were hunted for the market. North 
American wildlife reached its lowest ebb trwnrd 
the end of the 19lh century. 

"A conservation-minded President, Theodore 
Roosevelt halted the destruction, with the support 
of America's sportsmen. Wild lands were 
protected as national parks and forests, 
commercial hunting was stopped. and sport 
hunting was placed under controls. 

"Ninety years ago. the Eastern white-tailed 
deer were scarce; today, the deer population 
exceeds 20 million— possibly more than existed 
when Columbus discovered America. The wild 
turkey — almost gone by the turn of the century — 
now is numerous, occupying much of the range in 
which it flourished at the time of the Pilgrims.! In 
the West, elk and pronghorn antelope arc 
abundant, and even the plains bison fare well on 
the limited range that an expanded human 
population will allow. 

These days," Pass writes, "it is not the gun, 
but the chainsaw and bulldozer wielded by human 
encroachment that endanger the most wildlife. As 
rain forests fall and wild habitats arc turned into 
human habitats, some wildlife species indeed arc 
endangered. 

"At the same time, wc have amassed an 
enviable record of wildlife restoration through 
good management, and today, many wildlife 
species are not at risk but arc doing quite well." 




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Orville and Gertrude Christiansen 
served coffee and bars oiler services at 
the Nazareth church In honor of their 
56th wedding anniversary. Their 
daughter, Corella Thotbeck and boyi 
wore also there. Congratulations, 
Onritle and Gertrude: 

Those that came to the Ernest 
Mostrom home on July 4th. to wish 
Ernest a happy birthday were Gladys 
Hanson, Willie and Jane Good, and 
Undo, and David Arveson. Oliver Hols- 
tad visited there on Sunday. 

Renae Marquis, Cory, Andrew and 
Megan were coffee guests recodify at 
the Arnold Haugen home. They visited 
at the Kenneth Peterson home later In 
the afternoon. 

Mr. and Mrs. Willie Good called at 
tho Bud Watne home near Gully oh 
Thursday afternoon. 

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Goderstad of 
Eden Prairie, Tralcla Dodge of Min- 
neapolis, Troy Goderstad of Temope. 
AZ. Mr. and Mrs. Joonle Aimw* nnri 



Wade Burrack were dinner guests at 
the Henry Burrack home on Tuesday. 
• Betty Burrack called on Diane 
Reemere and glrfs, and Allen and 
Mabel Erickson one day this week. 

Mr. and Mrs. Horry Hanson called at 
the Henry Burrack home Saturday 
evening. 

Orrln and Janice Haugen of Hlbbing 
came to ths Arnold Haugen horns Fri- 
day evenfcig. and they returned to their 
home Sunday afternoon. Bud and 
Undo Homme visited at the Arnold 
Haugen home Sunday afternoon. 

Alice Carlson, John and Chester 
Hanson from Minneapolis visited 
recently at the Gladys Hanson and 
Ernest Mostrom homes. 

Karen Lenerrttne and Kris of Orion- 
do, FL, came to Fargo, N0, by plane 
on Monday evening. Her mother, Ardlth 
Moth of Thief River FaUo went to get 
them and they will spend a week visit- 
ing rotative* In the area. They were din- 
rter guests at the AmoUHauoen home 



on Tubs day, and also called at the 
Gary B. Johnson home near Kratka In 
the afternoon. 

Sharrort Johnson went to the Roger 
Hanson homo near Fasston on Tues- 
day to get her three grandsons, Bran- 
don, Kyle and Ryan Johnson, and they 
will vrsrt at the Gary Johnson homo till 
Sunday. Sharron and the three boys 
visited at the Arnold Haugen home 
Thursday afternoon. 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mostrom from 
Minneapolis, are spending some tlmo 
on their form here. They visited at the 
Arnold Haugen homo Wednesday 
afternoon. Pastor Faugstad called 
briefly at the Haugen home In the 
evening. 

Mr. and Mrs. Grant Hanson and chil- 
dren of Roseau spent Friday night till 
Saturday at the Clarence Hanson 
home, Ronnie Stucy also visited there. 

Debbie Hanson, Stephlne and 
Angela visited at the Clarence Hanson 



On Friday and Saturday his Ftoistad 
and Dolores Benrtt attended the annual 
convention ol the Northwestern Min- 
nesota Synodical Women's Orcaniia- 
tion at Concordia CoOeoe in Moortiead. 
Judy Benin was among the many 
who attended the wedding of Nlkkl 
Leadi and Randy McMillan at tho Son 
Church In Thief River Falls on Saturday 
afternoon. 

Lewis and Lorraine Swenson attend- 
ed the Saturday program and supper at 
the Umko centennial farm. 

Leone Skadiem and Mike Johnson 
of Warroad spent the weekend at the 
Jay Garthus home. They together with 
Gene and Kay Slstad of Fosston. Andy 
and Diane Thlesen of South Junction, 
Canada, attended the Lunko farm cen- 
tennial. 

Ervin and Eleanore Anderson of 
Minneapolis left on Monday morning 
alter spending a few days visiting at 
the home of Clara J. Relerson. 

Sherry Erickson of Minneapolis, 
Marion Erickson ol Superior and 
Lawrence Guttorud visited at the Rudy 
Ctubtonionhomo. 

Jason Meiin of Ada was a Tuesday 
overnight visitor at his grandparents 
home. Orvls and Alleen Benirt. 

Weekend visitors at the Cllfl Reler- 
son homo were Syl and Adeline Gra- 
banikl of Hlbbing, Rose Elchorn and 
daughter, Alls* ol Dukith, Jim and Phyl- 
lis Martin of Shoreview. Arilla PopowsW 
of Devils Lake, ND. On Saturday they 
alt attended the Kosmatka reunion at 
Minto, ND. 

Mr. and Mrs. Selmer Sorter spent a 
couple days vacationing with their 
daughter and family. Tom and Julie 
Qost at Pelican Lake. 

Mr. and Mrs. Dennis GerszewsW of 
St. Louis Park arrived on Thursday 
evening, June 25. Mr. and Mrs. Edward 
GerszewsW and Sarah of Richfield 
arrived on Friday evening. June 26th. 
to spend a tew days as houseguests of 
their parents. Peter and Frances Get- 
szewskl until Monday. 

On Tuesday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. 
Harold Buck of Thief River Falls were 
cofleo guests at tho Rueben Benltl 
home. 

On Wednesday evening Elroy and 
Carol Benin visited at the Jerry and 
Connie Hesse In Thief Rlvor Falls. 

Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Swenson were 
supper guests at the Gene Honrickson 
. homo in Thief Rlvor Foils on Tuesday. _. 
On Sunday afternoon Vem and Max- 
ine Relerson and Clara J. Relerson vis- 
ited at the Vance Relerson home ol 
rural Thief River Foils. 

On Saturday evening Rueben and 
Dolores Benin were among tho many 
who attended the Lunko centennial. 

On Wednesday evening Afleen and 
Kent BenM took Orvls out for supper to 
celebrate his birthday. Rueben and 
-Dolores Benin, Elroy, Carol and Judy— 
Benin, Martina and Doris Augustine ~ 
enjoyed birthday coke with him later. 

On Sunday afternoon Ken Hnlldln, 
Craig and Marcy Mlckolson of Thief 



home, 

Ray Gusa woo a color at the Selmer 
Sorter home on Thursday. 

On Sunday Rueben and Dolores 
Benin attended the church services at 
the Farm Feat nt Tabor, where Cathy 
Erickson played musical selections. 

Elroy and Carol Benin attondnd the 
Lunke Contannial on Saturday 
evening. 

-On Friday evening Lowls and Lor- 
raine Swenson attended the wedding 
of Michelle Honrickson at Goodrldgo. 

On Wednesday Orvls and Alloen 
Benltt attended tho funaral far Web 
Moves at the Redeemer Lutheran 
church In Thief River Foils. 
— Dede- flood-was- a Monday- to - 
Wednesday visitor with Jam I and 
Dorothy Rood. - 

Janet Garthus, Eldon Moe, Lloyd O. 
Hesen and JJ, were callers during the 
week at the Cliff Relerson homo. 

Oh Sunday Mr. and Mrs- Solmor 
Sorter attended the Lunko Contannial. 

Ed, Peggy and Sarah, Dennis and 
Undo, Peter and Francos Gorszowskl 
attended the 40th wadding anniversary 
of Thomas and Christine Gorszowskl, 
at their farm home, of rural Newfokfen 
on Sunday afternoon and evening. 
They also observed Peter's birthday 
the same day. 

Jennifer Benin spent Monday with 
her grandparents, Rueben and Dolores 
. Benin. 

On Saturday afternoon and evening 
Orvls and Alleen Benltt attended the 
Lunke 1 00-yoar celebration. 

Roger and Patty. Wagnor and chil- 
dren of Newfoldon were callers at tho 
Pater Gorszowskl homo on Monday 
evening. 

On Sunday afternoon Orvls and 
Alloen Benin attended the Form Fest at 
Tabor. 



To The Editor 

Several weeks ago I read an arti- 
cle in a magazine put out by anoth- 
er religion. Something in the article 
has beenprcssing on my mind ever 
since. The article had to do with 
the high cost of making someone a 
god! The figure was 98 million 
dollars — for that amount of money 
certain publishing companies could 
help you create your own little god, 
thereby establishing another false 
religion! 

Since my conversion, it always 
amazed me how such 'intelligent- 
Americans can be fooled so easily 
by the devil's old tricks! Even in 
politics, the 98 million dollar candi- 
dates arc setting up shop in an 
effort to become a god unto them- 
selves. When wilfwc ever learn? 
How many of these false gods, with 
their obvious price tags in open dis- 
play, will it take for the economic 
ruin of America to take place 
before we see through the smoke 
screen? How many good, church- 
going folks have been skinned 
already through the gods of materi- 
alism, humanism, scientism, tradi- 
tionalism and self-deism? 



Too many well-meaning, honest 
individuals have been fooled by the 
98 million dollar look, and 
deceived by TV evangelists and 
celebrities of our day. The cults 
and false churches have had a real 
financial "hey-day" at our cupense 
and heartache! 

What's the point? Just this. 
Deuteronomy 13: 1-5 calls for the 
death penalty for the 'dreamer of 
dreams" who cultivates and creates 
false religious systems. Now, if we 
shot all the people following these 
dreamers, who would be left? 

The revival of the U.S., whether 
it be economic, political or spiritual 
is entirely dependent upon our will- 
ingness and readiness to follow the 
one true God that is not false, even 
though He does own the catde on a 
thousand hills....and the hills, too! 
Ninety-eight million dollars could 
not even begin to estimate Uic value 
of His wisdom! 

Be watchful! {Matthew 7:15) 
Michael L. Forsberg 
Missionary/Pastor 
,",,, Precious Seed Baptist Church 
Thief River Falls 



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3. Nervous twitch 

5. Young lass 

7. Horrendous 

9. Footwear 
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11. Rage 

14. Worn out 

15. Alternative 

17. Rcdbrcasted'binJ 

18. Whimper 

19. Weary "V 

20. Timepiece 

23. Pai n 

25. Permit 

27. Deeply shocking 

28. Resound 

29. Before 
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CLUES DOWN 

1 . Employer 
' 2. Uncommon 
3. Taut 
.4. Provide for 

5. Sullen 

6. Desire 

7. Anticipation 

8. Sluggish ' 
II. Scatter- 

12. Sphere 

13. Lunar cycle 

14. Observed 
16. Metal bar 
21. Maltreat 



22. Pursue 

23. Compclcfit 
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25. Hateful 

26, Crooked 



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■ HKTIMKS 



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lni — Os» Hasdrtd Yean Ago 

—We »rrt favored with anoOw 
heavy rain itorm last Salurdsv 
evening which *ai not needed. 

—Tom Harris it at work this 
week putting in new ullt, lowering 
and leveling C. O. Rapp's store 
building in St. Hiuurc. 

— Holmes Brothers Hardware 
store hat been moved and is now in 
its new location and they have 
already commenced work on their 
new building. 

1902 — Ninety Yean Ago 

—The Urge bam of the Crook- 
iton Lumber company at Sl lliUirc 
was totally destroyed by fire with a 
lots of from M jOOO 10 S 1 2,000. 

—Mayor Kntka wishes 10 inform 
the pmrcnti of this city that all the 
children found playing on the logs 
will be arretted 

—The people living in Meehan'i 
addition nave petitioned the city 
council 10 become part of the city of 
Thief River Falls. 

1912 — Eighty Yean Ago 

— The pleasure of those who 
'courted the fair terpsicnorean god- 
dess" at the Lyceum orchestra dance 
at the auditorium Friday night was 
"unalloyed.' 

— The American Flax company 
has withdrawn its proposal to orga- 
nize a flax fiber factory in Thief 
River Falls becauscof the conserva- 
tive stand taken by the community. 

—Ernest Zeh, the young son of 
Emll Zeh, while riding his bicycle 
Friday evening, collided with a team 
of horses, but escaped serious 
injury. 

1922 — Seventy Years Ago 

— An elaborate sham battle is 
being arranged by the local Legion 
post as a feature of the county fair. 

—Cost of the proposed new fil- 
tration plant here was estimated at 
$31,000 by the engineers in charge. 

— A comcrstone-Iaying ceremony 
for the new Sons of Norway lodge 
hall will be held July 23. 

— T. L. Melgaard and. Math 
Barren were elected to the Thief 
River Falls school boaid. 

1932 — Sixty Years Ago 

—Mrs. L. G. Larscn and Olaf 
Neset were reelected to the. local 
school board, with only 61 ballots 
being cast 

— Landstad church west of Sl 
Hilaire observed its 50lh anniver- 
sary. 

—Mayor E. L. Tungsclh was the 
speaker at the rural eighth grade 
graduation exercises in Thief River 
Foils. 

1942 — Fifty Years Ago 

— City council invested $25,000 
of surplus funds in U.S. war bonds, 

—Dr. J. G. Hillard, local dentist, 
is leaving July 20 to join the Army 
medical corps. 

—County welfare board reduced 
its tax levy from $45,000 for 1942 
to $40367 for 1943. 

1952 — Forty Years Ago 

—Merle Lindberg was named 
" chairman of the Pennington county 

welfare board. 
— — The- local -Odd -Fellows -lodge - 
played host to a group from tho 
West Coast. 

— -Lloyd N. Bcnnes was reelected 
president of the Thief River Falls 
school board. 

1962 — Thirty Years Ago 
—Robert J. Lund and Lcs Ihle 
have announced the sale of the Lund 
Insurance agency to the Ihle Insur- 
ance agency, effective July 31. 

—Karen Moe, daughter of Mr. 
and Mrs. Arthur Moe of rural Thief 
River Falls, was crowned 1962 Pen- 
nington county 4-H style revue 



chairman of the Pennington county 
GOP. 

1972 —Twenty Years Ago 

—The Thief River Falls Jaycccs 
will sponsor a rocket derby July 25 
. for local cub scouts. 

—Gary Young is attending a ses- 
_sion_of_thejYouthJ^o_nservntion_ 
corps near Cass Lake. 

—Carl R. Anderson, who hnd 
been a Pennington county commis- 
sioner for 16 of the past 20 years, 
has announced that he will not file 
for reelection this year. 

1982 — Ten YearsAgo 

—The Jnycccs are gearing up for 
the 1982 Summerfcst parade July 
31. 

.—Mr. and Mrs. Ted Koropatntcki 
of Kratka were named winners of 
"the farm bcautification competition 
for 1982. - 

—A group of 240 4<-H members 
are preparing for the county fair this 







Thief Rivi-r Falls Times 



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XnUrnal R*reno« 
Man Chatcklnff Auto 

SUmiM 

•Edward T. Anglim. drnu>y 
col lector of internal revenue 
stationed ia this city, Monday 
began checking ausonobika 10 
ascertain if ihcy bear the 
required federal stamp. He 
atised warnings to numerous 
motorists who had failed to 

G rchue the ilickcri. and 
md l considerable number 
Of drivers had bought the 
■Bsopa but bad failed to attach 
than to the windshield of the 




Saturday - Sunday - 

Monday 

Ginger Rogers - 

George 

Montgomery 

"RoHie Hart 11 

Bunion Theotre 



Lutheran Tent 
Mission to Open in 

City 

"Rev. A. Lawrence of 
Leland, Illinois, wil be the 
speaker at a Lutheran lent mis- 
sion starting Tuesday, July 21 
and continuing through Sun- 
day, July 26. Services will be 
held in the afternoon and 
evening. Sponsors of the mis- 
sion are the First Lutheran and 
Zion Lutheran churches." 



Coordination of 

County Defense to 

be Perfected 

"Chairmen of all commit- 
tees in Pennington county, con- 
cerned with the nation s war 
effort, as well as heads of local 
service groups and the Victory 
Aides, will meet in the Civic 
and Commerce association 
room next Monday evening to 
perfect aiawrdinating organi- 
zation, with a board made up 
of representatives of the vari- 
ous groups. The session was 
called by Paul A. Lundgren, 
county war bond chairman, fol- 
lowing a preliminary meeting 
held Monday." 



Boys Given Lecture 
for Swimming - 
Without Suits 

"Two local .boys who went 
swimming in the river pool 
Tuesday evening the formality 
of donning bathing suits were 
given a stem lecture by police 
for violating the law. Police 
Chief L. W. Knadlc served 
^notice. that. the next. offenders 
will, be brought into court." 



— Comforting thought: It 
leemi to be charactcmtic of 
democracies that they make a 
slow start in a war, but that 
(bey end up strong. 

—Small boyi are like 
canoes, says our Sl Cloud cot- 
league. They steer best when 
paddled in the item. 

—A study of the stale of our 
pockctbook gives the impres- 
sion that the price ceiling is 
leaky. 

— One advantage of taking 
a job on the farm ii that the 
worker doesn't have to pay l 
big initiation fee to any union. 

—With schools forbidden to 
use their buses for transporting 
athletic teams, ■wonder what 
will happen to the basketball 
schedules this winter. 

— It's high time to quit mak- 
ing mistakes, so you may as 
well turn over your pencil 
erasers to the scrap rubber col- 
lection. 

—That military tribunal 
shouldn't be too hard on those 
Nazi saboteurs. They should 
treat them like HiUer would 
treat Americans under similar 
circumstances. 

— Wonder what has become 
of Senator Shipstcad. 

— The girdle shortage and 
the government's new cam- 
paign to salvage fats suggests a 
real opportunity for some of 
our overweight folks. 

— Casting his roving eye on 
the girls in swim suits, Billy 
Noonan remarks that they are 
giving a fine response to the 
plea to conserve cloth. 

— Autumn Ts a portent of. 
winter, and wc look forward 
with much greater anticipation, 
to the fall of Hi tier than- the fall 
of 1942. _ 

— If'you want 16 add your 
name to die list of signers of 
the Declaration of Indepen- 
dence, sign up for some war 
bonds. 

—We hear that 117 internal 
revenue agents in Minnesota 
are checking up on automobile 
stamps. Better invest $5 before 
they embarrass you. 

— Perhaps the chief objec- 
tion to a federal sales tax is that 
you know you arc paying it. 

— The best advertisement to 
boost the sale of war bonds 
would be the announce that the 
administration is taking steps 
to eliminate unnecessary 
spending. 

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Little Oak News 



Mrs Arnold Hauoyo 
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:i.:_ Doll. PahMu Mmnnrnlfl Julv 20. 1892 



SL Hilaire, Polk County. Minnesota 



From Newspaper Files Of One Hundred Years Ago 



Annual School Meeting 

"The annual school meeting was held at the school 
house last Saturday evening. Very few 'voters were in 
attendance S. M. Dainard was chosen chairman and H. E. Ives 
was elected clerk of the district for a term of three years. The 
■ meeting then adjourned until Monday evening. On Monday 
evening J, L. Johnson was chosen chairman and eight months 
school was voted for the ensuing year as follows: Commencing 
on the last Monday of September, continuing for three months; 
cemmencing on the first Monday of January for three months; 
commencing on the fust Monday in May for-two' months. The - 
sum of six hundred dollars was voted for current expenses for 
the ensuing year, after which (he meeting adjourned." 

A New County Bridge 

"County Commissioners Kirsch, Rhinchort and Dcmcrs 
were in town last Monday on their way to Thief River Falls to 
inspect the new county bridge which'has just been finished. 
They seemed well pleased with the bridge except that the two 
piers on the east side were not set straight. They left here 
yesterday for Red Lake Falls," - --.- _.v__l-_. 



..From OtzSports Page 

"After fifteen of the SL Hilaire boys went up to Thief 
River Falls lost Sunday, some to play a game of ball and others 
to witness the evcnL Upon arriving there it was found that only 
six of the club had arrived and three men from Thief River Falls 
.were taken and a game commenced with the regular nine there. 
Five Innings were played which rcsulted-in a score of 12 to 16 in 
favor of.St. Hilaire. The boys from here all seemed to have a 
good time and were well pleased with their afternoon's sport. " 

Footnote ; -— 

- "We wish to publicly announce that wc have secured a 

Urge fleshy oak club for use on people who call at this office and 
istVig it hot chough for the editorT" ' 



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Tuesday, July 21, 1992 

4:00 P.M. 

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ANTIQUES 




Largo Oak Kitchen Cupboard, 

Omata 
Oak Socrotary vr/Lesdod Glass 

Mirror 

"SoWorst-FancyOakTobles 

20" x 25" Oak Mirror w/Bovolod 

Glass 
3001 Wooden Flour Barrel 

w/Labols 
Oak Kllchen Cupboard Base 
Oak Washstartds 
Oak Children's Desk 
OakDrossors 
Mahogany Parlor Tablow'Claw 

Fool 
Ico Cream Chair 
Floor & Tnhlo Lamps 
Iron Bods Horso Clock 

Enamel Kitchen Cupboard Tops 
pictures & Frames 
Urge Marilyn Monro* Picture 



25 Gat. Red Wing Crock 
Watches ' Typewriter 

Grams Alias, ND & SO, 1867 
Calendars Tins 

Coca Cola Picnic Cooler— 

CooWo Jar Toys 

Flour Sifter tor Cupboard 

Cos turn o Jewelry 

Cigar Box, Swartz Mfg., TRF 

Snuff Jar w/Soots 

Glass Eggs BanjoClock 

German Flag 

bind O Lakes Creamery Sign 

Toy Sewing Machine 

Barbie Dolls Boor Signs 

Sterling Silver Plecos 

Rug Beater Fom Stand 

Wooden Bowls Old Hats 

Misc. Glassware 

Numerous Other Collectible Items 



TOOLS Si MISCELLANEOUS 



Toblo Sow & Joiner 

Drill Press ArcWolder 

Acetylene Welder 

Heavy Duty Hand Grlndor 
Torque Wrench PostVIso 
Jacks: 4 Ton Floor, Hydraulic, & 

Others ' • 
Impact Wrench Scaffolding 
Impact Sockets Saw Horses 
™374" Socket Sot— Chain Sews- 
Troctor Whool Wrench 



Post Hole Digger 

Misc. Hand Tools 

Co-op Shop Heater, Oil 
~Motal Shelves- - 2x12Planks 

Deluxe Van Seats 

Wheels & Tiros Axlo w.Wheels 
& Tiros 

Motorcycle Whoots 4 Tiros 

3 - Steploddors 
— l/2^Sockqt Sol- 
Other Misc. Items 



FURNITURE Si 
APPLIANCES 



. Rock Maple Drop Leaf Table w/2 
Leaves, 4 Chairs & 2 Captain 
Ohalrs 
E Drawer Maplo Dresser w/Mlrror 
Maple Dinotto w/1 Leal & 4 Chairs 
Chest Frooier Single Bed 
2-Full-SlzoBcds Stereo Cabinet 
3/4 Size Roll-A-Way 
Occasional Tables 
Card Tablo & Folding Chairs 
Office Chairs TV Stands 

BookShetves Slools 
Sowing Machine Cabinet 

Braided Rug, 5-1/2'xff 
Vacuum Cleaners Utility Carts 
Wicker Shelf & Stool 
Norilake China, Service tor 8 
Floor Pollshor Lamps 
Small Kitchen Appliances 
Wall Decorations 
.Eloctrlc Broom Baskets 
Misc. Dishes & Glassware 
Fireplace Tools Tupperwaro 
Light Fixtures Phone 
Misc. Kllchen Utensils 
Wooden Ico Cream Maker 
Lighted Medicine Cabinet 
Other Household Hems 



SPORTING GOODS, 
LAWN 81 GARDEN 



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Garden Cultivator 
Garden Sprayers 
WhMlharVow Patio Cart 

Potlo Umbrella ' 
Garden Hose & Tools 
Camping Toblo Tree Prunor 
Slooplng Bags Exorclso Bike 
Reconditioned Bicycles 
Trlko & Scoolor . Sleds 
an-ilcCalSnowsulls 
Dog Clipper, Electric 



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Heather Shetland o! the Sllverton 4-H blub wai the 4-H division 
Dale Sanden received a grand championship in the woodworking Mary Jane Johnson won a grand championship in" open class grand champion In' needlework, and advanced foods. She won 
division at the Pennington county fair last week with the antique culinary at the Pennington county fair last week with her entry of the awards during the 1992 Pennington county fair which was 
kitchen cabinet which he restored and reflrushed. Jelly role held recently in Thief River Falls. 



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Kim Rupprecht a member of the Sllvarton, 4-H club/ was the 
Thr. m.» ™ff«» t.hl. h..llt h» M.rvln I .mHIn rnirnnd a aranri Heather Torstvelt of the Happy Acres 4-H club was a grand cham- grand champion award winner in the 4-H division of intermediate 
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Jolane GonsorowskI won a grand championship in 
itudent art competition last week at the Pennington 
with her painting. 



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county fair 



Laurel Ronchettl of the Hippy Acres 4-H club was the grand 
champion award winner In the 4-H exhfcrtlon division of perform- 
ing arts. She won the award during the 1992 Pennington county 
fair which was held In Thief River Fells Jury 8-12. 



Mae Undqurtf t collection of JeWes won e grand championship In 
open class culinary competition at the Pennington county fair 
which ended Sunday. 




Benjamin Hanson of the Highlandlng 4-H club was the grand 
' champion award winner in the 4-H exhibition divisions of bicycle, 
safety and plant and soil sciences. He won the awards during the 
1992 Pennington county fair held in Thief River Falls Jury 8-12. 




Myrtle Lofgren won a grand championship In the senior citizens 
division at the Pennington county fair with her embroidery. 



Trevor Larson of the Smiley 4-H club was the grand champion 
award winner In the 4-H division of shooting sports. He won the 
award during the 1992 Pennington county fair held In Thief River 
Falls recently. 



Jocelyn Helgoland of the Smiley 4-H club was the grand champi- 
on award winner In the 4-H exhibition division- of beginner cloth- 
ing. She won the award during the 1992 Pennington county fair 
which was held in Thief River Falls July 8-12. 





Ryan SkiblcU, a member of the SHverton 4-H club, was the grand 
champion award winner in the 4-H division of shop. He won the Stephanie Wold of the Happy Acres 4-H club, was the grand 
award during the 1992 Pennington county fair held recently in champion award winner in the 4-H dvision of food preservation 
Thief River Falls. • " " and computers. She won the awards during the 1992 Pennington 

county fair held in Thief River Falls recently. . 



Nathan Dicken, a member of 
the Happy Acres 4-H club, was 
a grand champion'Vward win- 
ner in the 4-H exhibition divi- 
sion of aerospace models. He 
won the award during the 1992 
Pennington county fair. 



Ryan Browning of the Happy Acres 4-H dub was the grand cham- 
pion award winner in the 4-H division of photography. He won 
the award during tho 1992 Pennington county fair held In Thief 
River Falls recently. 



Beth Natvik of the New Solum 
4-H club, was the grand cham- 
pion award winner In the 4-H 
division of citizenship during 
< the 1992 Pennington county 
fair In Thtef River Falls. 




Chad Torstvelt of the Smiley 4-H club added two more grand Br 'a n Walseth earned a grand championship In the children's arts 

champions to the list of awards ha won at the 1932 Pennington and craft * division of open class competition at the Pennington 

county fair. He won the junior leadership award and the lawn count V "»' r with his log cabin entry, 
and landscape award. 




Erica Owen, a member of the 
Smiley 4-H club, was the grand 
champion winner in the 4-H 
exhibition division of child 
development unit I. She won 
the award during the 1992 Pen- 
nington county fair. 




Eric Rouland of St Hilalre received a grand championship In the 
young woodworkers division at the Pennington county fair open 
class competition last week with this oak sled. 



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Angle Hasnedl, a member of 
the Happy Acres 4-H club, was 
a grand champion award win> - 
tier in the 4-H exhibition divi- 
sion of self-determined. She 
won the award during the 1992 
Pennington county fair. 






Jennifer Novak won a grand championship in the seeds division 
with her entry of beans in open class competition last week at the 
Pennington county fair. 



Stephanie Vigon, a member of the Silverton 4-H club, was the 
grand champion award winner in the 4-H dvlsions of food educa- 
tion and food revue. She won the awards during the 1992 Pen- 

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Lesley Helgoland of the Smiley 4-H club was a grand champion in 
thB 4-H division of veterinary science during the 1992 Pennington 

rnitntv loir In Thiol Rhmr Fall* 



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Rebecca Palmer received grand championship placing In 
children's sewing in Pennington county fa,Ir open class 

rwimnntHInn with h'flr miltt. 



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Food booth* and tha rldtt art ownad by th« 
camtvaL Tha gamaa and othar concauioni pay 
a laa prlvllaga to tha carnival for tha apaca. 



Corndoja ara tha blsgtat »Har at food booDii 
and Cathy Murphy, food concaulon auparvlaor. 
uld they will nil 300 10 500 during a good fair. 



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Ry*n Bj«UI* vlilted on Monday 
■vwunQ « V» Kamy Coan homa. 

Mr. ml Mm. Lowal NMMtti. Jaan 
Johnton and Monica w«r« Monday 
avanfng vttftof* and coffaa Qutnte at 
rn* Maria Naasath nana. 

Ftosafta ScMoIaf and Maroia Coan 
vara vtaftori with Inga Coan on Mon- 
day avanng- 

Vamon Nalion Is ipanding lomt 
tlma vt*Wng with hit brother. Kanny 
Nataonandlamily. 

Qartta Haugan vltltad wtth Ola and 
Lia Suphanion al tha HBcrt* Nunlng 
Homa at Rad Laka Fafta on Soiday. 

Carfla Haugan, along with Mr. and 
Mrs. Knuta Nasland of ThM Rtvar Fall 
•pant tha waafcand at Warroad. Than 
on Saajrday, Gttim and Mr. and Mra. 
NaaLand aoandad tha wadding of Tarri 
MaUtrom and Stava Haggan at tha 
Son Lutharan church at Warroad. Gar- 
&• ratumad homa on Sunday. 



Ur. and Mea. Kanny Coan wxt mp- 

par guat!> on Thuraday avarving wnh 
r^birt and Roo*f Coan, and Daanna 
Maiaon. 

Un. Maria Naaiath wa> a Friday 
•riarnoon cottaa gua*t al tha Lowtil 
Naasathhoma. 

Runall Hadan wai a Sunday 
evening auppar guait at tha Kanny 
Nateonhorna. 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hagar wara 
Tnurtday evanlng visitor* at tha Jack 
John vud homa. 

Sony* Grovan ipant tha night wtth 
Ukxialta Coan on Sutday. 

Mr. and Mm. Kavin Tharaktoon, Ash- 
lay. Batfwny. Josh and Kayta •Handed 
tha Fourth of Jiiy events In Goodridga 
on Saturday. 

Dorm. Naaaath vtaflad by ulMhona 
with Joann Naaialh ol Bamldjl on 
Tuesday avanlng. Donna alio vtiBad 
by talaphona with har aunt, Halan 



Matsarechmtdl of WamaflonaJ Fafle on 



and Mrs. Scon MoJitad. Brandon and 
Matfiaw wara Fourth ol Jury barbacua 
uppar guaata at to Kanny and Garry 
NaUon noma. Later thay enjoyed tha 
fraworks In Goodridga. 

Mr. and Mri. Garry Oryiath ol 
Graanwaid. came on Friday avanlng to 
villi with Gartla Haugan, and at tha 
Carl Dryaatfi homa ol Grvota. 

Mr. and Mr>. Garry Dryseth. Gertie 
Haugan. Mr. and Mrs. David Ulrich and 
Mike Conlay, and Carl Dryaath of 
Gryola all anjoyad Sunday dlnnar at 
tha Ban Waatam. Laiar thay wara vial- 
tort at tha Ulrich homa ol Rad Laka 
Falli. where thay an|oyad birthday 
cake whh Unda. Hoppvieirthday, Undal 

On Wednesday attarnoon Mra. 
Maria Maaaath end Jason wara visitors 
at tha Jean Johnson homa. 



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A padal tractor pull draw 67 participant! last 
Saturday attarnoon. Children compatad In aga 



groupa four to alavan. Tha top two partWparrtt 
In aach aga group qualify lor itita compaction. 



Pedal tractor pull draws 
67 entries at county fair 



A pcdil tractor pull flrcw 67 par- 
ticipants at ihe Pennington County 
I : jir tat Saturday. 

The pull sponsored eight divi- 
sions, 4-year-olds lo 1 1 -year-olds. 
Red River Pedal Pulls coordinated 
the state and nationally-sanctioned 
cvcdl 

The weight used for the event 
ranged from 20 pounds for the 4- 
ycar-old division to 260 pounds for 
the II -year-old division. The per- 
son who pulls the weight the fur- 
thest wins. 

The top two participants in each 
category are eligible to participate 
in the state competition in Fairmont 
on September 12. The winners in 
the state competition will proceed to 
Omaha for the national competition. 

The results of the tractor pull are 
listed first through third place. 

4-year-olds: Kayla Hailing of 
- Alexandria, .Cody Walscth of TRF. 
JadeKilcnorTRF. 

5-year-olds: BcnTlcnson ofTRF, 
Nathan Peters of Goodridge and 
Lance Klavcn of TRF. 

6-ycar-oIds: Andy Swcnson of 
Oklec, Leah Conway of TRF nnd 
Elizabeth Dahlc of TRF. 

7-year-olds: Travis Hailing of 
Garfield. Naomi Kenner of TRF and 
r Bryce Bolstad of TRF. 

8-year-olds: Clint Johnson of 
Fosston, Kelly Zlmpcl of Plummcr 
and Chris Robbins of TRF. 

9-year-olds: Luke Erickson of 
TRF, Allan Benson of TRF and 
Justin Skjcrvcn of TRF. 

10-year-olds: Bryan Bolstad of 
TRF, Bcnji Kvasagcr of Plummcr, 
Andy Brown of TRF. • 

II -year-olds: Larry Gross of 
Grecnbush, Nicole Johnson of TRF, 
Leah Kenner of TRF. 

Howard Person 
attends Chicago 
pricing seminar 

Howard Person, a county agent in 
Pennington county, wasamong 26 
county agents from throughout the - 
United States who were invited to 
attend a iwo-day forward pricing 
seminar at the Chicago Mercantile 
Exchange {CME1 June 10-11. 

Person and other seminar partici- 

fiants learned about hedging with 
ivestock futures, options and live- 
stock basis. After reviewing strate- 
gics for forward pricing wtth live- 
stock options, the county agents 
. worked through real-life examples 
using these marketing tools. The 
seminar participants also-received a 
taste pf what life is like as a floor 
trader from Bill Dooly. 

This is the 13th year the CME has 
sponsored forward pricing seminars 
for members of the National Associ- 
ation of County Agricultural 
Agents. 

Erickson band to 
peform in Morris 

Cathy Erickson and her band 
from Middle River arc scheduled to 
provide entertainment for an Old 

__ Time Dance_onjniuisday,.July-16- 
during the Manitoba Stampede itffd 
Exhibition nt Morris, Manitoba. 
The dance will be held from 9 p.m. 
to 1 tun. at the Big "M" Centre. 
Other activities include on aftcr- 

rioon.rodco.,cycning_chuckwagon... 

and chariot races. A miduray, 
crafts, 4-H -exhibits and free stage 
entertainment on the rodeo grounds 
are also available for entertainment. 
A chartered bus will leave on 
Thursday. July 16 at 10 a.m. from' 
Floyd B. Olson Park. For more 
information call Cathy Erickson nt 
449-3391 or Randy Carpenter at 
681-6818. 



Holt 

* Ed and Poggy Gerazewokl and 
Sarah accompanlad by Pater and 
Franco* Gerszewtkl motored to Grand 
Forks on Saturday and vitrtad with Mr. 
er*Mra,AJ.«iwrent*h 






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10-year-old division 



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energy while 
taking vacation 

Tilmj a fr» umptr nrpi lo 
tt-iuit Komf fnfi|y «anr »hik 

* -j wr a»iy cm vacMicm it vnpnr- 
H'l m lummrr ti «tll M »inlrr. 
*!"«ri iKf MiimvutU Drp«rtm«.l 

• 4 IVJ« Senxc (DPS) "Ine me«- 
wrn like vrry utile time. cr*t t**h- 
'*<[. and »ill rtdoce cotti to yrwi 
[»Klohf»nk and the rnrmnmcnl. 

"Thit kind of rajy-lo-do fnonjy 
u* inp. mohiplurd by handnidi and 
tVvuodt of hrxnchoidi. hai a defi- 
nite impact on total energy u«.* 
uid Kni Sand*. Commituoncr of 
the DPS. "We hope otryone'i ener- 
gy i war men will incrta.*e lo the 
point thai they routinely contidcr 
mch lavingt.* taid Krii Sanda. 
Commissjooer of the DPS. 

Here are ihe measure* recom- 
mended by DPS enerxy ipecUlitti: 

• Turn ihe waicr heater lo iti 
lowett potuble •citirif . 

• Draw the thades or blinds on 
the sunniest sides of the house and 
cloic Ihe norm window! if you 
have combination windowi. 
Remember, the same devices used 
lo keep out cold winter winds alio 
keep out hot summer air. 

• Unplug electric clocks and all 
appliances, escept the refrigerator 
and freezer. "Be lure not to forget 
the VCR.* laid Phil Smilh. DPS 
energy specialist. "You can gain 
some idea of the energy this appli- 
ance uses, even in its resting' stale, 
by placing your hand on (op of it 
and feeling the heal — hours afler it 
has been turned off.* 

• Set the thermostat on its highest 
selling, or (urn the air conditioner 
off. 

■ Use a timer lo bring on a secu- 
rity light for a few hours each 
evening while you are gone, and use 
a compact fluorescent or other cner- 

f;y-saving lamp as your security 
ighL 

As the state agency responsible 
for developing energy policies that 
protect the environment, the DPS 
has available a variety of consumer 
information brochures on ways to 
avoid energy waste at home and 
work. Energy specialists also staff a 
DPS telephone answer line. If you 
have energy questions, call the DPS 
loll free 1-800-652-9747 and ask for 
"Energy." 

Machinery and 
engine show 
at Crookston 

Third annual engine and machin- 
ery show will be conducted Satur- 
day and Sunday, July 18 and 19, 
from noon to 5 p.m. at the Polk 
County Historical society on high- 
way 2 in Crookston. All engines 
and tractors will be running at 2 
p.m. daily.' 

On display will be restored sta- 
tionary engines, antique farm 
machinery and antique tractors and 
the refurbished 1898 Crookston fire 
engine. Persons who would like to 
show their engine or tractor are 
asked to call 281-1038 in advance 
to make arrangements. 

Admission is free and coffee and 
cookies will be available. Live 
music will also be provided in 'the 
Centennial building. 



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JantM Buzztfl, ntw owntr at HmWi Food Spt- 
claltitl on Main avtnut In ThIH Rivar Falls, 
ractntry racatvtd a Rnt OoBar award from tha 
Thlaf Bh/af Fall* Chambar of Commaroa .*JT.bav 
aadora. Tha alora carriaa flours, braads, and 
grocery itama, vagatarlan products, vitamins 
and aupplamants, homeopathic ramadlas, 
aroma therapy products, apices and herbs, 
juicers, body building product organic meats 

State's oats 
acreage at 
113 year low 

Oats acreage in Minnesota this 
year at 700,000 acres is down seven 
per cent from last year and the 
smallest recorded since 1879, 
according to the Minnesota Agri- 
cultural Statistics Service. 

Barley acreage, also at 700,000 
acres, is down 22 per cent from a 
year ago. Flajisccd at 10.000 acres 
is only a third of last year's acreage. 
' All sunflower plantings are 
down 28 per cent to 210.000 acres 
with oilseed varieties down 29 per 
cent to 150,000 acres and confec- 
tionery varieties down 25 per cent 
to 60,000 acres. 

Wheat, on the other hand; has 
been planted on 2.86 million acres, 
up 31' per cent from 1991 but still 
100,006 acres below 1990. Spring 
wheal acreage is up 33 per cent to 
2.8 million acres while durum at 
10,000 acres is one-third of the 
acreage planted last year. 

All hay for harvest at IX million 
acres is down 10 per cent from last 
year with alfalfa at 1.5 million acres 
down 12 per cent and other hay al 
700,000 acres down seven per cent 

Sugarbcct acreage at 374,000 
acres is a record by 5,000 acres, the 
statistics service reports. 



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people with allergist and special dial naoda. 
Anything thay don't carry can ba ordered. 
Buzzell aald aha always wanted to hava a 
health food store. Tha best part of running the 
business, she said, it the customer. Pictured 
from left ara CWfl Larson, chambar ambassador, 
Janata Buzzell and Jim Hoks, chambar ambas- 
sador. 




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Slstera Karon (right) and Kolsoy Chriittnsan performed a plana 
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All Star Kids talent program. Vocal, initrumentol anddramo 
numbers were presented by area young people as part of the 
library's summer activitias program. Karen and Kelsey are 
daughters of Curt and Un Christensen. 




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do, FL, where thoy toured Daisy World, at the Lowell Naeseth home In Thiol ^ tad a , ^ m and o^ hwno . jhal 

Cocoo Beach and Sea World. Lynn River Foils. evenlno Mr. nnd Mrs. Vem Wngsberry 

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pnnlmaMy 4,000 wtft*. must bo tn good 
■ condaon, 465-4432 after 6 p.m. 45 Bo 

WANTED- Six cords of mixed firewood, 
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Becky Forsberg. 21 S Sooth Morrtam, 
TRF. You have won a 12 exposure film 
end processing. Please stop in and pick 
up your prize at Bruce Pharmacy, 421 N. 
LaBroe. Thiol River Fata. MN. Wateh this 
apace tor noil week's winner. 1156c 

FOR SALE- Man's Samsonito suteaao, 
3/8 inch olocac drtl with oils, hand piano, 
28 inch krvol. 21 piece socket sot, brace 
and bits. 681-3641. 1l56p 

CLEAN WITHOUT STEAU 

The "Von Schrador Way* - dry foam ox- 
Iractton Invorvos so tttlo moisturo that it b 
absolutory safe (or al fabrics. It is a fast, 
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North Knight, Thief River Falls. Applications will bo taken until Jul/ 
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of Minnesota or eligible to be licensed. Duties will include patrolling 
city limits, enforce federal, state and local laws, investigate criminal 
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Applications ore being taken for the position of Pennington 
County Engineer. Primary duties include administration of tho 
County Highway Department. Applicant must be a professional 
civil or highway engineer licensed in the State of Minnesota find 
have administrative abilities. Salary is negotiable dependent an 
experience and qualifications. 

Applications are available from and should bo returned to tho 
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should bo postmarked on or before August 4, 1992. 
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Norm & Pennington. 

Thief River Falls. MN. 
ANi«ia:.u'mwnATTvranTflVD? 



FACTORY REBUILT ENGINES- Starts 
at 5795 tor V-fli 12-mor^. 12.000 mi!« . 
wo/rarity Don's Macftxio Shop. Foiston 
MS Phono 216-135-6379. or 1=3 froo 1- 
600-448-1 51 B e9Sc 

SINGLE- Warn to moo! ottwt wngios m 
tho Thiot River Falls aroa ant) 
Minnosota? Details. Who's Who ol 
&ngkra. Inc. Box 2731. Co Tho Times. 
PO Bon 100. Thiuf Rivor Falls, WN 
S6701. llSCp 

BUY YOUR baaory factory frosh Wo car- 
ry over 1000 batlofiM in stock. For all 

your t^'V-/ r.^rt' . rl-p .it /'Tt P<~\:r' 
BaQory Company, Hwy. 1 4 59 Wost. 
681-6425, Th»l Rjv or Falls. 62rfc 

Help Wanted 

STAY HOUE - Mako up to $100 por day 
or moro. Ovor 400 companios nood 
homowortiots now! For troa mloimauon 

call 24 hour recoreina. 602-569-9246. o«l 
MN-290B or wnio; Homoworkort. 10431 
North 36ih St.. Dopt. MN-2809. Phoonix, 
A2 65024 T6:60p 

KELPWANTED- Lutboran Soaal Sorvico 
oTWnnosota. a privato non-profit 
oroanitation. dodicalod to sorving in- 
dividuals with developmental disanditioa, 
is now nccopting applications lor a part- 
bmo 40% posiDon as a Program Coun- 
selor III. This porson wilt assist with daily 
living activitios and completions of 
Program Plans with dovoiopm on tally dis- 
abled children roskjng in a community 
basod sotting in Thiot Rivor Falls. Ap- 
pBcants must bo 21 yoara o( ago. Will 
train. II intorostod. call 21B-68I-2441. 
8.00-4:30 Moodoy-Fhday. Lutheran So- 
cial Service is an Equal Opportunity 
Employer. Deadline for applications is 
Jury 31, 1992.T2t58c 

PART-TIME NURSING Assistant a! Oak- 
land Park Nursing Homo. TRF, applica- 
tions availabJo in business oifico. Equal 
Opportunity Employor. 3t59c 



t or.\ ava.jt»o CsoKiton and 
R.cf Fain a* a Program Counselor 
Sopors aor Two rr.anacjoftient and droct 
cam pouSoni available in a residential 
caro taabty tor porsont wth devolop- 
r-onul rJjsabb^M Bacholors or Nunng 
dr-;roo prolofTod Slartng salary range 
$1671800 B $19.41400 Appfecabons 
may be obtained from Lutboran Social 
Service ol Mjirwsota. Homo and Com- 
munity Basod Sorvcos. Boi 477. Fergus 
Fa^s. MN 5C537. or by caBmg 218-736- 
5431 DoacHino tor applcawns is Jury 
22. 1092 T2I5SC 



HCL# WANTEO- Ape*csDo»t tor a 
PottmMMr R«plac*nNr« w* be lahan 
t-on>Ju^ l3B>Aro. iWSetrwPtum- 
-terPosiCAoa TH* n no4 s carver poat- 
non and doea not arete t*t erntaoyee t3 
anyt»n««v The salary w* be U i< p* 
hot* Employee *^1 wwt every Saurdey 
notnmg, and also whenever the 
postneiler • gone Pleas* canted, tie 
Phjrvrter Post Othce lor Yjrtmt detads 

HELP WANTEO- Recepeonat. pen tme 
Apply in person at The Barbsis, 
Nortiand Puaa. Thtef Fever FaOs 2C7c 



PARK RANGERS 

Game wardens, security, maintenance. 
ot. no eipenence neceeaary. For Inkx- 

maoon cafl 21B-7SM64B. %A 0011. 
am . lo8pm, 7 days. WAo 

Situation Wanted 



PAINTING & 

HANDYMAN 

WORK 

Interior & Exterior 
Reasonable Rstii 

EXPERIENCED 

681 -6743 of 681 -7359 



SUPER SJNOUE weitnbed « »ery good 
conrjlion 6 drawers and bookcase 
r^edboeni. 1250 00. Ml -4056 rtSCp 

FOR SALE- VVNte sewing machine. ITS. 
used very lr9e AJ»o. home spe. $50. 
MI-3137 ItSCc. 



iPAINTNOMOREl 

Gel your FREE estimate on 
steel or vinyl aidlng-NOW. 
Huge discounts on all Jobs 
contracted thru June. Coll 964- 
5559-bcal rep.-for A4L Siding 
ol Grand Forks- 

SAVE$100'SNOW 



Wood and eicavaeon work. 222-3790 



TREE SERVICE 



CAU. Daren Havanon 
681-5491 



FOR SALE- Ouoen-sued wslerbed, < 
with 4-drawers. like new. best ohor, m 
sell. 681-1263. P4t56p ^^^^ 



Barb at 21 8-281-2062. PF4t59p 

CAREER OPPORTUNITY: ImmecBaio 
oporung lor roprosontatwo to market uni- 
quo insuranco products to small 
htriTV'f^ Innrti nrrvidod, compfotn 
training, top commissions, call Tim 218- 
739-2304 or Donnis 612-884-8332. 

PBt56p 

HELP WANTED^FuD-timo salos person. 
salary plus commission, 40 hr. week 
Apply al Furniture Connection. 216 N 
LaBroe. TRF, 213-681-8438. 4SBc 
. INTRODUCtNG THE TIUE3 1 rosumca. 
An allordablo rosumo creation service ot- 
tering tho ultimate In oonvonionco and 
quality. Place your ordor and pick up yoor 
complotod rosumo In loss than 24 hours. 
Chooso from a varioty of stylos or for- 
mats or invont your own. Tho Times, 324 
North Main, TRF, 661-4450. 1C6o 

HELP WANTED- Program Coordinator 
for Crossroads Displaced Homomakor 
Program. Position to bo based in 
Crookston 30 to 40 hours por wook. Ap- 
plicants must bo willing to travol 
throughout Iho sovon county aroa and 
havo access to ro liable trans portatron. 
Salary starting at 512.4807Dutio3 Indudo 
rocruitmonl and Intako o) program 
participants, rolorrals to local agendas, 
worksnop lacilitator, and public rotations. 
Sond lonor of intont rosumo and roforon- 
cos to Crossroads Porsonnol Commlttoe, 
403 N. LeBroo. Thiof Rivor FaOs. MN 
56701 no lator than July 24, 1092. Equal 
Opportunity Employer. 2t57c 

HELP WANTED- Mature Individual for 
part-timo hostoss. Best Woslorn Inn, 
661-7555. Hwy. 32 Soulh. TRF. 4t59c 



AFFORDABLE PAINT and repair for afl 
your homo noods. roasonablo rates, free 
osSmatos. guaranteed work, oaf Mark 
Browno. 661-6712. SOtfc 



Lawn & Garden 

FOR SALE- Struck) kotflo gril. vory good 
condoon, $25.00, call 465-4432 alter S 

pjn.45Po 



Lee Concrete 
Construction 



newlolden, MN 56738 

(20 Yrs. Fxporwnco) 

Specializing In: 

• Sidewalk • Driveways 

■ Paving Block 

• Slabs, Curb & Gutter 



FREE ESTIMATES 

CALL 874-4633 



STRAIGHTEN BARNS, quonsots, shods. 
or what havo you. Wii do repair, years ol 
oxporionce. Call ovonlngs, 681-3921. 

r FISHER ' 

ELECTRIC 

ol Thief fiver Fads, Ine, 
* RESIDENTIAL * COMMERCIAL \ 
wBUTM * WIRE-REWIRING 

681-1884 

U B09 8. Msrkley. Thlet Mver Fans, MNJ 

Pets 

FOR SALE- AKC miniature Schnauzor 
puppies, 681-6073. P4t57p 



— WANTED — 

PEOPLE TO WRITE CORRESPONDENCE NEWS 

• Do you need a little extra.spending money?? 

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We need people to write the news for St. Hilaire, Smiley, 
Mavie, Numedal, Norden, RocJcsbury, Silverton, Steiner, 
and Adger areas. 

If you are in teres ted, contact 

The Times 

325 Kl Main ■ 681-4450 
Thler River Falls. MN 56701 



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OUR ADVERTISERS SAVE YOU MONEY 



POSITION AVAILABLE: . 

Head Start teachers in the Warroad/Roseau and Karlstad areas. 
Experience/! raining -in Early Childhood ^Education is necessary. 
Applications accepted through July 27th. For further irttorrhatlon 
and applications, please call Mark Carlson, 528-3227, Northwest 
Community Action/Head Start/Box 195/Badger. MN 56714. We 
are an equal opportunity employer. 



Jul> M. WV2 



Wmming, 661-6703. P4t57p 

Public Notices 

THANK YOU 

Its Impoaslblo to thank all pooplo In per- 
son or nolo of tho gifts, caids, donations, 
help, food end calls from frionds and 
noighbora for kindness and sympathy 
shown us h passing ol our doar Violet 
Thanks to so many who come to visita- 
tion end funorai Sho wil bo missed. 

Vic KaBnosU, 
Richard, Ronald and Tom 

. . iaep 

CARD OF THANKS 
Thank you to ovoryono whoso thoughts 
and prayers woro grvon to us during tho . 
ilnesa and death of ou/ father, Charles 
Booron. To the 1st floor CNC staff a 
'special thanks' for your care and 
kindness. Thanks to Dr*s. Holnrlchs and 
Patol for their core. To Luthor and Noil a 
thanks for your prayers at mo tbno of our 
sorrow, also to me Green Funeral Homo 
for molr though tfulnoss. 

Tho (aminos of: C. Anon Booron 

Lynda Raymond 

Barbara Hoard 

1tS6p 

CARD OF THANKS 
I would like to thank ovoryono who visltod 
mo, sent cards, and phonod mo whllo I 
was In tho hospital In Grand Forks. Spe- 
cial thanks to the nursos and Dr. Brown- 
ing at Foils Clinic tho ambulance crow, 
and Pastor Bob Dahlon and his family for 
their visit. I. am. homo now and onloy 
company. Thanks again I. 

Bonjl Marquis 

CARD OF THANKS 

I wish to oxpross my sincere gratitude to 
my friends, family, and noighbors for tholr 
many acts of kindness to mo during my 
illnoss and stay at mo CNC Unit In TRF. 



_ Campers 

FOR SALE- Topper for full-longth pickup, 
phono 376-4533. 1t56p 

1976 TEXSON XL ovorcab pickup 
camper, very good condition, $1,276.00 
or roasonablo orlor, phono 874-4621. 

P4t57p 

FOR SALE- 1S76 Ufotimo 20' 
molarhomo, sloops six, fridge, stovo, 
fumaco, showor/tollot. 61.000 milos, to- 
tally solf-containod, call 294-6177 mom- 
Ings/ovonlngs. P4tSflp 

FOR SALE- 1876 23' motor homo. 350 
Chovy, 49,000 mllos, at, o/c, roof air, ox- 
coltont shapo, 681-1070. May bo boo at 
624 Soulh Crocker, 62tfo 

FOR SALE- 11-ft. pickup camper, stovo, 
frldgo. potty, 681-7630. 6157c 

Snowmobiles 

FOR SALE- 1B01 EXT with cover, only 
650 mllos, $3,000.00; 1981 Jag with 
cover, $695.00, 681-6479 ottor 6 p.m. 

: Sporting Goods 

THE TUJES has aluminum shoots for oil 
your small repairs. They aro 23x35 and 
cost only 40 cents ooch. 60 or mare far 
35 cents each. Call 681-4450 far mora 
Informanon. 1t56o 

FOR SALE- 18-h.p. Evinrudo outboard 
onrjlno, will boD choap, 631-7081 attor 6 
p.m. 2t57p 

Business Opportunities 

FOR SALE- Volloy Dairy store, InvrJntory, 
Hxturos, VCRs, will loose building, call 
John at 661-3844 or 681-1348. P4tS6p 

Personal Services 

NIQHTIME DROP-OFF babysitting on 
(Sundays, Mondays, and Thursdays. 
Tuesdays. Fridays, and Saturdays, upon 
request. For more Information call 661- 
RO10 for KmH nr fiSI-1417 for lvrH« 



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QAJUOfUALE- T^t >A '» ** *'■* 

fiojf> Owfc-v Art t^j • r-f-r •■** »** 
dm cJef-^a tshy "••"■ J^** *■ ■** 
(tofi^XJ »*T*fl tU(1»1i rol ■••» b*d 
Kry% rof*i ba**h>J and *<*t*r. car* 

r^c rfl*o _._ 

OnOUP RUMyAOE »#• r^xntir a>v 

1ST 730500. TrvtolrVi r<vfito Co^ 
tr Road R2. let t T iite let* o» wor-t-vs 
end iJds ctoOes al we* baby w»k4« 
»n»*. arwj nrmg »o^» crsli r*»k 
bedekng. muth n»c ItWo 

RUyUAOE SALE- Ch>»rJr»" sduiu 
ctotww baby «-nng. rung W« »a»rt*d. 
r*«C 200 B*rr*n Art, Wed , Juy 15. 

7 30am to 500 pn l&Cp 

QARAOE SALE- Ctol^ng furniTum. 
Sporting good*. hock*y •ou'D^eni 
basebak cerds Thunl . JuV 16. 9 am 2 
p m , 1220 rV rerdate D"rt liWo 

OARAQE SALE- Women I and 
cfakfrena rJtottes. Graco *^ofkK. 2 rtOV 
ekpcwover hyd. "5000 p*J pump*. 3- V-2 
hp Mervi-i outboard motor. 1-1-7 hp 
tabkf sew (3) IBS76-14 trr*. lots of 
m«c. Wed. Ju»y ISSi, 86. Si Hlaie 
&gn«' posted 1t&6p 

HUGE RUUUAGE SALE. 521 South 
Spruce, Wed, Thurs . 15th- 16th, 8 5 

1t56p 

BH3 GROUP SALE- Wod . 15th and 
Thurs. 168i. dothvig sues 5 up to 14. 
leather coats, formsli. shoe*, lots of 
summer dc*hing. much mac.. 9-5. 704 

Norm Stale. 1t56p 

GROUP RUUUAGE sale- Wod . Jury 
IS«h. to 5. 501 S. Dukilh. Lots of baby 
clothe*, maternity. Inlant through XL 
cbihes, Avon sale, household dshos. 
oxorase bko, kcttkt gnl. toasUr ovon 

1t56p 

OARAGE SALE- Salu'rday. July 1B. B-S 
p.m., 322 West Second St.. rocliner, 
highchair. changing tablo. misc. ItSSp 

Autos, Trailers 

1987 FORD Taurus, vory good condition, 
$3,600.00 or offer; 2 1981 Olds. Cutlass 
Supremee, one has lots of now parts, 
$2,100.00 or oHor, phono 874-4521. 

P4S7p 

FOR SALE- 1077 Cordoba, runs woD, 
somo rustrJ500.007obo, 222-3453. 



PAYING RISK 

INSURANCE 

CALL: 681-4683 



.1981 BUICK Rogal, nico tnL/oxL, now 
tiros, noods motor, make ollor, ovonlngs 

782-2944. P4t59p 

1980 CHEV. Monza, 2-door, 4-cylinoor, 
4-spood, man. trans.. 117.000 milos. 30t 
mpg., usoa no oil, $550.00, call evon- 
ings orwookenda, 661-1719. P4i58p 

FOR SALE- 1080 Mercury Grand 

Marquis, no rust, rebuilt ongino, 65,000 
milos, noods somo work, $900, 681-6423 
ovonlngs. 56tio 

WORK CAR- 1976 Chov. Impala. 4-door, 
$200.00/000, coll 681-7459 and loavo a 
mossago. P4t56p 



INSTRUCTION • TRAINING 



Diesel Truck Driver 
Training School Inc. 

•Accredited Member NATTS 

- Eligible Institution For 
Guaranteed Student Loans 
And Grants -If You Qualify 

• Weekend Training Available 

CALL1-800-332-73J34 
Hwy. 151 Sun Prairie 

Wisconsin 53590 



CELLULAR PHONE at discount prices 
with activation month of July. Call MCT 
loll froo, 1-686-7676. 2t56p 

FOR ALL your startor and altornator 
repairs or rebuilts, whothor It's on or oil 
the oar, see Allra Powor Battery 
Company, 681-6425, Hwy. 1 & 59 Wost, 
T.R. Falls. 62tfo • 

FOR SALE- 1984 Chovotto, 62.000 
mllos," A-1 condition, 218-681-7320. 
2t56p 

FOR SALE- 1986 Ford Tompo GL, 2- 
door, 4-cylindor, 6-apood, 77,000 milos, 
oxcollont shapo, 523-4971. 2l57p 



FOR SALE 

1979 Chev. C70 2-Ton 
Truck Cab & Chassis 
366 V-8, 5+2, 9.00/20 
Tires. Can be seen at 

Home Lumber 
Thief River Falls, MN 



1976 FORD F-150 pickup. 6-cyllndor. 3- 
speod, toppor, $400.00, 463-3005 
P4t57p 

FOR SALE- 1900 Pontine Grand Prix, 
runs well, $500.00, can after 500, 681- 
6763. P4t58p 

FOR SALE- 1983 Plymouth wagon, 681- 
4753. can bo soon at 401 North Arnold. 
1tS6p 

FOR YOUR noxt vohldo purchaco call ■ 
Dean Berg at 681-4620 days, or681- 
7380 or 1-8O0-646-4202 evenings. 32tta 



Jllh 


14, 1992 


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BooPi ta Paul Ave ■ 



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be seen at t» 
Kipn T?Me 



• 1984 Chryslor 5th Avo. 
Can Be S~n At: 

NORTHERN 
STATE BANK 

TMef RMfeae.tM 

681-4020 



B Chevy 1/2-tti p 
IC eel 623-4071.: 



Livestock 



FOR SALE- Stack rot-bars wi*i KC kghn 
tor mni pickup, call Roger 661-4353 
P4C8p 

BLEUISKEO BATTERIES, save with 

over 5-yesr warranty starting at onry 
130W. Aara Power Battery Co. 661- 

8425. TRF. 97tlc 

1971 CHEV. Impala. good are*, ckwn. 
good running, $70000, 661-4707. 
P4tS6p 

1982 9-10 Chevy pickup, shortbox, V-8 
engine, toolbox,- vrsor. sunroof, extra 
tires reel nee shape; ffxIO" snowmobls 
eaier witfi tit bed. asking $225 00. 681- 

2428 2tS6p 

FOR SALE- 1982 CMC 4x4. 6.2 dose!, 
a*. 681-3503 after 400 p m. P4tS7p 

Motorcycles-ATVs 

1978 650 K2 Kawasaki with votter 
wmdiamnw- $53000 or best oner, 218- 

874-7871. StS9p 

FOR SALE- 1962 Honda Silver Wing 600 
GL liquid coolod. shaft drivo, nice 
condition. 681-2587 evenings. P4tS0p 
FOR SALE- 1960 Honda 650 cuspm. 
fairing and luggage rack, low mileage 
and oxcollont condition, asking $675, 
681-5457. 2t57p 

Farm Miscellaneous 

WANTED TO BUY- Cloan hay and straw, 
wo also soil hay and straw, col for prices, 
1-600-233-4276. 560c 

FOR RENT- Grain vac, call 681-4940, 
Lynn Hammor. T20t92c 

110 GALLON fuel tank wKh hand pump; 
65 gallon gas tank with hand punfb; John 
Deere groin moisture tester, 12-horse 
Brigg Stratton electric start motor, runs 
wol $200. Call 681-3883 after 6 o'clock. 



FOR SALE- Brod gilts due to farrow start- 
ing in a wook. Landrles Chestorwhito, 
2 53^102. call attor 630 p.m. P4t59p 
RAJ HORSE SALES- July 1& Tack 
200 p.m. Horses 7:00 p.m. Salos hold at 
Tri-County Lrvestock, MorJoy. MN. For In- 
fo rmationmauling/ostimatos call 218-824- 

4410. T2tS6p 

FOR SALE- Hobtoin bull, 2-yoars old. Al 
brooding. 294-6514. P4t57p " " 

Hay, Feed, Seed . 

WANT TO BUY- Good quality aJlalla, 
square balos, top prices paid, call John 
rqollborg. 681-2615. P4t56p 

ALFALFA HAY, square balos. no rata In 
shod, 222-3790. Stfc 



CUSTOM 
HARVESTING 



With 8820 John Deere 

And Trucks. 
GERALDDURAY 
218-523-3975 

Quality Work At 
Reasonable Rates! 



Real Estate 



FOR SALE- 2-bodroom trailer houso lo- 
colod at Long Point on Lakool the 
Woods, on lako side; also 1981 Honda 
400 and I960 Honda 00, col 294-6631 
lor mom Information 4lfi6n 




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rm-ia w+m «a- ejMd eve* kW- . 

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4. NEW USTtHO • Large 2-e*lroom 
home en main fleer - compleUly 
ramodalad - naw windows, doora, 
Uchen cabinets • basement family 
room • pouiad concraU b*ttm»iU • 
room for ltd bedroom • LOW 13r/al 

5. HEW LI3TIHOI1 Eixallent older 
hem* at SCO North Knight - could be 
4-badroom - 2 balha or uaad as a 
duplex • PRICED TO SEUJI 

a. ] UWT INCOUE PROPERTY - wKh 



7. 2TB ACHE LIVESTOCK BAWCH 



whh newer S-toedroom rsmblar w/dbt. 
attached oarag* - at set pole bam and 
another lowered bam A other out- 
buildings • ISO scree, tillable w/35 
aeree CRP - 110 acres ol woods & 
pasture -11 

I. MCE 1-BEDROOU HC*JE-Leoklng 
for caeh offer • large living room, 
kitchen A targe utility room - natural 
gas heat A hot water - 14'x22' B an 9* 

BUYING OR SELLING 
SEEUSFIRSTII 

For An Appointment Call 

Stan Gibson, Broker 

681-4087 

Ormond Johnson, Sales 

6B1-4089 • 



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WANTED- Alfalfa dairy hay In square 
balos: Also oat and barloy straw by soml 
load. Gorald Swoot, 715-264-9716. 

Machinery 



FOR SALE- AC plow, 7-14" trip boom, 
good shapo. $850.00; 21-ft. IH model 55 
chlsol plow with splkos, swoops and 
twisln. $1,750.00; 36-ft Wtl-rlch cultivator 
with hoavy-duty two-bar Mattson harrow 
soctlonn, $2,600.00; wioconsln 9-Kp. on- 
gino With clutch. $65.00; 478-2277 or 
478-3643. 1t56p ' 

CELLULAR PHONES at discount prices 
with Activation month of July, call MCT 
toll (TOO 1-666-7676. 2t56p 



1973 7700 John Doom gas combine, 5- 
boll pickup, with/without 218 Ilex hoador, 
good condition. 745-5273. P4t56p 

FORiSALE- JD 6601 combino, 1062 
Chov. truck, stool box and hoist gravity 
box and trallor. can 745-5671. 4t57p 

TOR SALE- 6600 Whlto combino with 
straight and pickup hoadors, air 
condiuonlng, fioW ready and In oxcollont 
condition. 15' Caso chlsoL plow,- good 
shopo. 1961 2-fipood Ford 2-ton Buck 
with box and hoist, good shapo, colt 782- 
2494 after 8:00 p.m. 1t56p ■ 



For Rent 

OHIce Space Available. 

For More Information Contact 

Anderson Bros. 66 

6B1-3600 -T.R. FALLS, MN 



For Rtnl 



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iM+m (*m i***» TV o*d U0OVmer#> p^ ~* « Hrmmt, 

relMIMU 4«7e 

RAHHCNT A^AJITeinrT to- rom Twe p, 
havVm^ u*He» krw^d ope" ne> 
celMl 2MI i6*p 



FAMILY BOWL 
ill MINI STORAGE 

3 SIZES 
CALL 681-1270 



FOfl RENT- J.OOO ecjuere keet of prtme 
retarf space on Men Ave, Tharf (ever 
Falls, (erhere Annette's Fabrics tl 
CurrerrtV) Heat N pfvidBd Contact John 
atrwTmes Ml-4450 568e 




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ROOMS 

FOR RENT 

681-2845 



FOR RENT- 3-bedroom moWo home. 
deposit retorences. 681-3719 P668p 

FOR RENT- Acrosa from Norftland, par- 
baity furnished, mini blind*, secunty 
doors, game room, afl uBWea paid, pesnty 

ol pertung. Call 681-2307. 9900 

FOR RENT- Retail or office apace. 2.500 
aq. ft. raxt to Kmart, cad 681-6166 toe 
mere inlbrmabon. 53tfc 
FOR RCHT: House, parulh/ turrushed. 
luD basement, available July 15. Call 
681-6006. 1t56p 

Mobile Homes 

FOR SALE- 1968 Suburban mobile 

home, 681-6073. P4S7p 

FOR SALE- 1960 14x60 traior house, 
two-bedrooms, front kitchen, bay 
wnrJow. phono 449-3945. 43tfc 



Legal Notices 



STATE OF MINNESOTA 
COUM1Y Of PEHNINOTON 

IN DISTRICT COURT 

PROBATE OIVISK3N 

NINTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT 

Court Fie No. 

In Re: Estate ol Margaret NapBn. 



July * *.3}. '992 

IHVTTATIOH TO MD 
HoVywmt Technical Cekege. Tharf Rfcer 
Fel>. Umeeote. w« raceem eseied bkkt tor 
•Airto Parking Lot ConUuetOA* un« 200 
PU , >^ rs. 1W2 at r» Techntcel CoSege 
buuv-4 oejoa. 1X11 hkehwsy No 1 East. 
TW Twer Fee*, Mmneaote, at which tme 
es b«M mS be pubkdy opened end read 



eeotabne alacauaton. 12 txtaM ( 

and 6 mctw* of cla*s 5 eepregete, one 



ORDER AND NOTICE OF HEARINO 
ON PETITION FOR PROBATE OF 
YflLLANDAPPO«T«ENTOF . 
' PCRSONALREPRESOrTATtVEInl 
1 SUPERVISED ADMOilSTRATTON AND 
NOTICE TO CHEDrrORS 
TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS AND 
CREDITORS: ' 

It to Ordered and Notice to hereby ghen 
that on the 10th day of August. 19tt2. at 
1030 o'clock AM., a hearing wi be held in 
the above named Court al Thief River FaJb, 
Minnesota. -for the form si probate of an 
instrument purporting to be the wil of the 
above named decedent, dated April 2D. 
1991. end for'tho appointment of Edgar 



Ty fence, and 
work 

Al Cxi* mutt be accordance wtm Bid- 
dkifl Documanla on Be wWi: 

1 Dennta Peeeler, B usiness Manege* 
Northwest Technical Cceege 

1301 Highway Pte 1 East 

ThM River Fees. UMneeoU 54701 

2 CiTy EnoaiaerVig Technical Servlcee 

Depl 
124 East Second St eet, P.O. Bex 

ire 
Thiel Rh*r Fees. MN 50701 

3 James J. Wa*sr, PE. 
Stewart A Walker. Inc. 



Copie* ol ihe Bidding Document* tor 
use in preparing Bide may be obtained kom 
Slewart A Waker, Inc. tie Engineer, at t>e 
id>m tspuUlad above. 

EVU received horn Bidders who are not 
recorded by the Engineer as hsvlng 
receoed tie Biddng Documents wil nol be 
Opened 

Bid Security In the amount ol Ove per- 
cent (5%) ol tie total bid pike must accom- 
pany each bid. 

The tucceoslul bidder wit be required to 
furnish a Performance Bond and Payment 
Bond guaiantiMimg Uilhlul pertormance and 
the paymeni ol all blkt obligations arising 
from the pertormance ol the contract. 

The OWNER. Northwest Technical Col- 
tog*, reserve* Ihe right to waive eny irrsgu- 
lariM*. to reject any or al Bid*, or to sward 
the Contract to the lowest responsible Bkf- 



Dste:Juty10, 1902 

Northwest Technical College 

Thiel River F*Jb. MN 

Dennis Paestor. Business Mgr. 



CLASSIFIEDS 

mvpreti'nvttc! 



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FOR SALE- 3> bod room homo with 
doublo garago on oak-shadod lot on 
south odgo of Nowloldon, priced in 20'a, 
phono a74-3561."P5t56p— 

For Rent 

2-BEDROOM APARTMENT tor rant. 
hoot, wotor; hot wotor paid, call 681- 
1206. 22tfc 




TWO-BEDROOM APARTMENT, 6B1-; 
2057. P4t59p 

FOR RENT- 3 to 4 bodroom houso, HUD 
approvod, largo backyard. $200.00 
-deposit, no utilises, $350.O0/month, coll 
aftor 6.00 p.m, 661-3121. 56tlo. 
FOR RENT- 2-bodroom upstairs - 
apartmont, stovo and frldgo fumohod. all 
utilitlos furnished, dulot oldor couplo 
prolotrod, 661-6073. P4t57p 



OFFICE SPACE 
FOR KENT 

Available April 1st 

309 North LaBree Ave. 

Thiel River Falls, MN 

r^rrny/Nbvy RocnJIIng Offlcea) 

voO Sq. Ft. Wtm Moro Space Avallobie 

Abo SmolorOfflco Space 

Helle-Thune Rentals 

681-4327 or 681:2604 



FOR RENT- 3-bedroom mobile homo, 
available July 1, call 681-8069. P4t59p 

2-BEDROOM PARTLY lumbhod mobDo 
homo, Northwost Traitor Court, absoluto- 
ry no pets, rotoroncos. lease, doposlt 
reoulrnd 681-2883 P4tS9o 



WALKING DIST ANCE TO DOWNTOWN - 2 BEDROOM HOUE 
WITH ATTACHED GARAGE - NEW APPLIANCES, PARTIALLY 
FINISHED BASEMENT • $28,900.00. 

NEWFOLDEN AH FA - 3 BEDROOM RAMBLER ON 10 ACRES • 
NICE SETTING- BUILT IN 1971 - 3 CAR GARAGE - VERY 
CLEAN- IN $60*8. 

A GOOP FIVE fl L OCATION AT A REASONABLE PRICE - 1-1/2 
STORY WITH LARGE KITCHEN AND OVERSIZED MASTER 
BEDROOM - ATTACHED SINGLE STALL GARAGE PLUS TWO 
CAR AND SHOP DETACHED - 3-3/4 ACRES - ACCESS FROM 
HIGHWAY 32 - PRICED AT $29,500.00. 

3-BEDROOM B ELMONT ESTATES CONDO - UVINQ ROOM - 
DINING ROOM - FAMILY ROOM • ALL APPLIANCES AND 
WINDOW COVERINGS - DOUBLE GARAGE - READY TO MOVE 
RIGHT1N, 

COMMERCIAL INCOME PROPERTY- 8-UNIT APARTMENTS - 2 
AND 3 BEDROOM APARTMENTS • WELL MAINTAINED - 
COMPLETE OPERATING STATEMENT AVAILABLE TO 
QUALIFIED BUYERS • AN INVESTMENT FOR THE FUTURE - 
CALL OR WRITE FLYNN REALTY. 

GOOD SOLID OLpER HOME WITH 2 BEDROOMS ON THE 
MAIN FLOOR AND ONE BEDROOM UP • LARGE REMODELED 
KITCHEN WITH LOTS OF CABINETS - SINGLE DETACHED 
GARAGE AND STORAGE BUILDING - PRICE REDUCED TO 
$14,900.00. 

HOMES YOU WOULD BE HAPPY TO CALL YOUR OWN1I 



For Appointment Call 681-6050 
«rt2< Evenings or Weekends 



IB 



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flobBrt Flvnn, Broker..... 601.3BM 

Norman Wa**lnk,Aiioclat» Broker CS1-33BS 

EW*raCu!ian,3al«t Aacoclale 6010138 

Rohirt A. Purdy, Sale* Auoclala G0 1-2 BOS 



Flynn Realty, Inc. 

Professional Bldg. 4Ui and LaBree TtilefRivor Folia, MN 



..-^v. \ -X3ET Gcncrcux Realty, Inc. 




(218) 681-HOME (4663) 

1-800-447-0382 
fCS YOUR HOME TEAM 
±T=L FOR THE *90't 




•HTT NEW UtmMOl «MASU> S-SSDMOOSl. WUT^OVU WTTM C*fK FUXOB 
PLSM) VAULTIO CCOAA CDUNOS1 1 8ATM1. MCI FaaULT HOOM WTTM WTT 
ISA AM0 MOT PLATII DOUIU ATTACMIO OAP.AOI WTTM OPfWIA. LA*Ot 

iMiieeLOTi 



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lamey mom. oBtce enosM 
nceCuVOe-Sec'lBe-al 



MI71..ST. HajURIt SU.SOe roi that r. 



«fT»..Jjmf LOT1NO NW SI0I C* TO*W!l 1 bedroom, tor On«» «1 J.SO011 



t*t7*..JiEW LtaTTMOfl 177S eg * ramM* onn/ n meae out ol Th-< Rnw Faas Ic 
erW UtJOO. f 2 ACRES. LOW TAXES. EXTRA OARAQE TOO! 



KeTTnit Gansreux, Broker 681-6493 

Carta Johnson, Associita Broker 681-6413 

Usrih/n Nelson, Aseocuta Broker 681-8261 

Richard Froltond, Sale* 465-4448 Jan Ness, Sales 



THIEF RIVER FALLS 
YOUR NORTH COUNTRY SHOPPING CENTER 



3 AWL Saosows Pac&y 

Your INDEPENDENT Homo Town OHict!!! 

13MH MUN P0 BOX 787 681-4960 ^ 

THIEF Rtv&R FAILS WN 56701 |j 

WITH US YOU ARE NO. 1!!! :-.-: 



EXPERIENCE MAKES THE DIFFERENCE! 1 1 CALL EARLY FOR WEEKEND 
APPOINTUEHTS! AFTER HOURS AND WEEKENDS, SEE BELOWI 1 1 

JUNE STE1GER, GRt 661-5787 OA1L OYSTER, GRI 681- 5493 

VAL HOLMES, OR! 681- 8812 July 14, 1992 




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• LADOE KITCHEN 

it IBATHROOetS 

it CLOSE TO SCHOOL 



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* Ofl APARTMENT UP 

* uoruurr Off cEonoou 

* houe of net 

* PHWTrT* 

* 3 SETS OF APPLIANCES 

Hr EAST WALK TO CITY CENTER 



tws a om ee THf Mcnr-wtLL kept turn ee thi csKTuev teceers MTMsrarvsa 
fauj-siautvul wooowoas_*iAPU noons josal roe r aaoly oATNunNas. s*o-s 

TWS HOKS AS BL. » BNUU. *oa TWI ANO ■AJM--VtS, (Am SM0 MCWTN Off UFSTASXS 

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TBlC_USTErULLT 0EC0RATWO..Jr.LL Wf ER3 COM3IDEBE0 IM WmTlrW...CALL roR PRIVATE 

APPoemaEHTia tsrti 



D UM..JEE TO APPREOATE..JEE TKfl LOVEIT HOUE WITH EHIU3..JIAH fLOOfl rAIUlY ROOM 
WTTH FIIEPLACE OR THO COUID BE SPACIOUS DHWO ROOM.. JUOWO CLASS POOR TO DEC*: AND 
Will lUMCUREO UR0..^UU. PART FHSHE0 BA4EMtNT..XXTRAS..«Jtl 



IB1.3EE TO APPRECWTE...-FiR5TrBIE HOME BITTER- OR ARE YOU FHHA APPROVED.. aEETWJ >- 

BEDROOM HOME WTTH PULUUM xnCKEX..GOO0 SHE UVWG ROOM AND ATTACHED GA RACE-ONLY 
WJOO. 



O 1IU..JUNE STEIOER HAS THE ANSWERS TO THIS L0VEIV 1-BEDROOU HOUE OH CORNER 
LOT... EAST WALK TO MARK TWAIH...KEWER CAHPET...PERIIANEHT SIDIltQ 13 NEW...EXTRAS 

ta..M3poo. 



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D ItH-iltfRESS TriEM AND IMJOT FABAY UYtNO.** BEDROOM HOIJE../ORMAL OmrHC... LARGE 
XITCHEN..JIEW FLOOR COVER WO.. .NEY* PAIMT AK0 PAPER.„PF»FE3MONALLY 0ECORATeD...BANr 
.XHJ0T COUHTRT AT tTS BEST! 



_ ..JT.1PRICE REDUCEO...M0TTVATED 5ELLER.-S0* HOHTH CHOCKER-i. CLEAN AND COZY...CREAT 
LOCATX5N VErTT KCE NE«HBORHOOD... CLOSE TO BALL PARK.. JXATINQ R1NX...TEHWS C0URT..3- 
OEDROOM ICIUC WTTH 3TOYE. FR1DC£. WASHER AND DRYER ALSO A MtP FREEIE..J.rYrNQ 
GOOD SOE..AA3EUENT KA3 SHOWEa..OAIUOEHA3 MEW SdHC^EE BT ;»»™""'«» •' 



coMMaaciAL usTwaa...WHV pav rxnttk? 

D iai..JMPHESSlVE tpDOSaFT. BUtLDWO ON MAI« HCHWAY...CURRENTLr Ul 
OtRER 0FrXES..AEE JUNE 9TDCER. BY APPOttTMENT ONLYII 



IT EAST 1ST STREET.. £ALL FC 



'...SEE BY APPOINT. 



builoimo smesit 

D 1M«...SUPEH LOT HEXT TO CHAMBER BUtLDWO OH HCMWAY » SOUTH... UTOK...I 
FRONTAGE. 



D T7i.JAACRES..ONLT_SW01L-TALLIRttS.V.< 



NIRACT FOR DEED FOfl OUAL1FSJD P< 



Mosaa homss 

D lir-SUOHTLV USED AND YOU CAMT TELL..XOYE1Y IttW MOBAE HOME WI 
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O int-jow usTtNo.. ja bedroom mobile home aw single garage on to 

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lEEWllCHARD PLACE.. AND ENJOY GREAT NTtCl'B0RS...Rrj'ER..AND CLOSE IN COUHTRY LDCA. 
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iaaed clothtt divlilon winntrt in thi 
Ptnnlngton county 4-H fiihbn rtvitw Sunday, 
July 12. at the Ptnniogton county faar wart [left . 
to right) Joca*yn rtaegafend, firtt ■rtaodent; Kim 



Ruppracht royal parton; and Cami Soran»on, 
second attindant 4-H*er* in tha court of honor 
wara Laura Stalgar, Brand! Larson and Detiraa 
Albtrg. 



Walter Johnson, foraman al aavtn UdrJe ride*, was a haardmser 
before hia carnival fob. Tt*t as radical a change aa night and day." 



Star News 



May me Johnson 



37S-4333 



Visitors at the Emit and Ail* Sella 
horn* this past week have been Bill 
LaCouraa. Mr. and Mrs. Larry 
LaCoursa. Urt. Ray Hendrickson. and 
Mr. and Mrs. An Anderson aJJ ol St 
Pati, Mra. Bruoa Oroaaman ol Parham. 
Mrs. David Grossman of Crook* ton, 
Peter Hendrickson, Carfyfe' Askeiand, 
Dorothy Nordby. Tana Lob erg, Mark 
Lobarg and Brittany and Ralph Smith. ■ 

Agnes Kujonson spsht Thursday 
night with Lois Stratton and Hazal 
Samson ol St. Paul, at tha Strati on 
cabin on Big Woll Laka, near Cass 
Lake. Agnas and Hazal vtsttad wtth tha 
Virgil Stratton family In Bamldjl on 
Wadnasday. Hazai Samson of SL Paul 
is spandng a week visiting at tha Amis 
Kuianson homa. 

Thaa Andarson was a Sunday aflar- 
noon visitor and tuppar guast at tha 
Ama Kujonson homa. 



Mr. and Mrs. Laonard Johnson and 
}.'.-. ?.-\3 t.'rt Bcrnta Johnson ware vic- 
tors at tha Ernia Huot homa In Thiaf 
River Fads on Friday. Thay also visited 
with Myrtle Kuntz of New Jarsay, who 
will ba spandlng soma Uma visiting 
hara wtth rataJtvas and friends. 

Sunday visitors and coRaa guests at 
tha Jassa Andarson homa wara Mil- 
drad Hovet. Mr. and Mr*. Otaf Slolaas 
of Rtvar Valley, and Mr. and Mrs. Nor- 
man Andarson. 

Mrs. John Varbout, Marthaw and 
Aiisha ol rural Brooks wara vfsitors at 
tha Norman Krial homa on Sunday. 

Those who gathacad at tha Tim Lurv 
daan homa on tha 4th of Jul? In tha 
•voning wara Abbia Charvastad. Kristl 
Johnsrud. Mr. and Mrs. Maria Lundaen, 
Mr. and Mra. Greg Hekjmen Francas 
and Sylvia. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Lundaan 
and family, Mrs. Parry Lundaan and 
famly, JaR Lundaan and John Kimball 

Wadnasday afternoon Mrs. Vernon 
fverson was a visitor and coffee guest 
at the Mildred Hovat home. 

Friday afternoon luncheon guests at 




late Anderson was a visitor al tha "'■ r« **»«» <->""'»l ■»'" '■•""»' ■«-■»" 

yjoUwxjhoMonSa^unlay. ;'; Sunday. July .12, at tht Pennington county fair 
S w^^oSr^rpiS W« H«ft to right) Kim Ruppracht. flr.t 



the Milan Haugen home of rural Oktee 
ctt P. 1 '. r.rrj Mrs. Vernon fverson. 
• Gamer Mandarud was a visitor and 
coffee guest at tha Larry Kotrba home 
on Saturday morning. 

Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Ver- 
non rverson brought birthday greedngs 

to Mrs. T^m fu^cW of rural owea. imefmedlale "d advanced divlilon wlnnera In 
^.^nSreoTwiTa visitor at th. the Pennington county 4-H fashion review 

GaryJol - . . ....— ...-.. - 

Jean 
Monica wara among ™^.» u — -k— .. . 

tha 4th ol Jury in Middle River at the ^ 

Johnson cabla 

Monday afternoon Mrs. Kelly 
Dahlen. Kasay and Cola wara visitors 
at the Leonard Johnson home. They 
aho brought birthday graetings to Mrs. 
Leonard Johnson that day. Happy 
Balhday. Bemtce. 

Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Johnson took 
In the fireworks In Goodridge on the 4th 
of July. 

Sunday Mrs. Vernon Iverson and 
Mrs. Tim Radnleckl of rural OMee visit- 
ed with Tilla Johnsrud. 



attendant; Andrea Vlgen, royal person; and 
Heather Shafland, second attendant. 4-H'ers In 
the court of honor were Lauren Lavatlor, Laura 
Stelger, Cam) Sorenson and Karen Hall. 



Jnfr 14. Wl 



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Beginner divlaion wlnnera In the Pennington 
county 4-H fashion review Sunday, July 12, at 
the Pennington county fair were (left to right) 
Jam) Phlllpp, aecond attendant; Jocelvn 



Helgoland, royal person; and Nichole Bulger, 
first attendant 4-H'ers In the court of honor 
were Ton) LeMolne, Desirae Alberg, Amanda 
Close, Sunny Carlson and Brldgette Stock. 



Strandquist . . .-< 

Itsao and Batsy Thompson attended 
tha Both birthday open house at 
Kemady on 6unday for Ella Swanson. 
Betsy had worked forhar 50 years ago. 

VTsltora at Elsla Lefrooth's ttits past 
weok have been Shirley and Marlys 
Lafrooth, Elphlo Acflls, Jan Hilton, -and 
son, Chrittopher, Kim Kraft and Kevin, 
Helen Roy, Polly Stevenson, Betsy 
Thompson, Carl and Fronds Peterson. 
Doris and Otto .Sang, and Isaac 
Thompson. 

Marcy Nelson and Pat Wdnarowtcz 
and wn. Nick, motored to Richfield, to 
pick up Kevin Nelson, who le spending 
a couple of weeks wtth his fotu, Eddy 
and Marcy Nelson. Jamie Naleon of . 
Oakdale, and friends, Joe and Adam, 
also vished over the weekend. 

Friday afternoon and evening Isaac 
and Betsy Thompson attended tha 
Karlstad class of '42, 50th year reunion 
at the Holma Community Center, ft was 
on enjoyable evening. 

Bud and Marie Station of Argyle 
brought early birthday cake to Judy 
Klelnvachtar on Wednesday evening. 
They also treated Frank and Judy to 
dinner. Visitors at Frank Weinvaxhtere 
on Thursday were Marian Pedereon, 
June rtasprowlcz and Karl 

Mr. and Mrs. Jamas Monroe and 
Brant, Mr. and Mr*. George Monroe, 
Mr. and Mrs. Kore Myhrer, Ella Thun, 
LaVoJ Thun, Anne, Hanson, and Hord- 
ing Hanson enjoyed dinner at Town 
and Country In Karistad-on the 4th. 
Alter dinner they were all vlaifore at 
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J Ur» CiVrd Jc*v>»rjd and 
»ti Jc/r>»^Jd erf tWcrxrr »•• w*3»l 

a! I*'* T.fri (, U r><3#»fl Kor-» on Fnday 

T u at(<a| i.in.ng Uf and Uri 
U*rvm RirdaN ■•• *«£"» and k*icfi 
pu*t:t a) Fia Ctwl Mcrwl hema 

J«" Ltrxjaan o* OJfca nat a vfcUr 

at fa TV-i LLOdaai-i Noma on T>>L»vday 

W^an^uJa* a"*roon CZtcnl Jtfirv 
trud arvcyM cc^aa w-th fi » mctfi**.' 
(3crn>a JotVtvud 

Jaan John»cn *nd Cutanea John. 
ton war* col art at th« Uarta Naataffi 
horn* on Tuaaday afternoon. 

U«rvtn and Dotat RinoaN, UanCy 
Rmdahl. TafTi Darialion And ShaNf 
anand*d tha sJver wading party for 
Susan and UUton OI»on in KaawaUi on 
Saturday- Than Saturday night Uarvui 
and Dor it Rindanl. Uaody Rindahl, 
Tarn Danialion and Snally wara 
ovwnagnt gunls at tha Virgil and Pam 
Prigo* noma in Chuholm. Tn«y all 
ratumad noma on Sunday 

Sunday viirtor* and coda* gu«tti al 
[ha Gtlmar Uandarud noma wara Mr. 
and Un. Laonard Johnio" and Uri 
Larry KoBba. Gana. An^a and Malinda. 

Dabbta Hanson, Angia and 
Swphania of Th>ar Rivar FaJIt jpant tha 
4ffi ol Ju(y waakand viuang al tha Ron- 
ma KostM noma. 

Mrs. Davxl SjuJaitad, Shannon and 
Robyn attandad tha homa intanor dac- 
□ratr>g party haW at tha Martin Kotrba 
tiOii>t< UiV.'iJ;-.^ (.,>',;. 

Thosa who ipa.nt tha day in 
Goodridga on th* 4th of July war* Mr. 
and Ura. Ronnia Kotrba. Travis, Daon- 
na and Oustin. and Dabbia Hanson, 
Angia and Staphanla ol Thiaf Rivar 



Fafla." 



Jaan Johoaon, Jassica, MichaOa and 
Uonica anjoyad braaklast wit) Maym* 
Johnson on Thursday morning. 

Mrs. Laonard Johnson vititad arrth 
har brolhar, Orvilla Kjalgran, on 
Wadnasday and Saturday morning. 

Thosa who gatharad on Jia 4th of 
July at tha Duana Eitanna homa and 
anjoyad dhnar were Mr. ai.d Mrs. Tim 
Lunoaen, Shannon and Alssa, Mr. and 



na *t> o* A>'» T>w» a 

•aff tw-rSdaT tew U-i Lao^a-tj Jc/m 

P.i'y Fa'a;»i ipa*1 lail *aa»»'«d 
t'vang hit p»«ry*-wr>a» U*Yad '<cvat 

Thunda, a"amooi G'-ia- Uan- 
darud »*t a I'tJlor and «y»a pjatt M 
r»a Laonard Jc*xi*cn fvr^a 

TNo»a »So vi.'ad ova* t^a 4n of 
_>v'y waa»»nd a! r<a Oa.->d r«j»ttad 
ho-ia and *» at fa Garaid f-Jaitad 
rvx-^a wara U' and Uri Ton,ai DaNa 
Darn and 5!a>an or HMang. Ijti and 
Lna Danla. Jom and Ra.idy. KntO and 
Jutt". Dawn and Goo. rack and CrrWy 
cttnaC.iiat.Ur *n<t Uri Cordon 
Ma* at. G'ag and Jaton Ja»on Movat 
was an overnight guatt at Ifta David 
Gjula»:ad home on Friday rught. and 
Mr. and Uri Gordon Hovel and Greg 
spent tia rugW in Thief River Fall. 

Dave Naateth. Jaan Johnson and 
Clarence and Uayme Jonnion ware 
vititors and hatch guattt at tha Uerte 
MaesaCi homa on Sunday a-lemoon. 

Ea/tv Tuesday everang Ur. and Mrs. 
Jack Johntiuo vmiad wilh Bonnie 
Johnsrud. 

Ur. and Uri. Danny Johntrud. Erica, 
Kaltay, Laroy and Tyler took in the 
parade tha 4th ol July in Goodridge. 
and they spent the day r\ Goodndga, 

Friday evening Mr. and Uri Ctoan 
Hovat aitended the reception and 
dance lor Marion Langevin and Tom 
Bessette, al the Eaglei in Thief River 
Fafli. 

Clarence and Mayme Johnson viirl- 
ed by phone with Bob Johnson ol 
Andover on Sunday afternoon. 

Sunday visitors and coffee guests at 
the Ronnie Kotrba homa wara Mr. and 
Mrs. Annd Sistad ol Grygla. Larry Kotr- 
ba and Nicky, Dale Sltttan. and Mr. 
and Mrs. Bruce BjerkJie. Bryan and 

Late Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. 
Jim Johnson and Jenny, and Mr. and 
Mrs. Randy Downs and Tobltha were 
visitors at the Clarence Johnson home. 
Then later thai evening Katie and 
Christine Johnson returned home wWi 
them alter spending the day wflh ftetr 
grajidparents, the Clarence Johnaona. 

Mrs. Norman Kriei and Mrs. Darcey 
Moses of Rush City were visitors at the 
Anna Kriel home on Monday evening. 

Sunday visitors and dinner guests at 
the Agnes Eldelbes home ware Mrs. 
Hank Kuznlo, Chad, Travis and Tina ol 
Coon Ftapids. Jared Erdalbes returned 
home with them alter spending two 



larry Kavta 
■ ii a i'iw *->J «"m g^eit at fe 

V t '^ri a-d t^-rr*' giietti al tha 
C. *'>'d J^-rjd ho^a on Swnda) 
m>> U-i TV- Lc/Td»*'V Snanoon and 

U- *-«j l>i Datay Uoeea ol Rush 
C--y tpant ken r»at^aay unrj Wadnat 
da f nu:r>g a! fa Hcr*-iar Krtal homa 

S^odar «*»^-g " r end Mrs Har 
v*y Trotka arara .tiai el tSe Agnat 
[■daCw* homa 

Claranca Jt/mton retjmed home or 
Thursday mgh( torn f e Veteran a Ho» 
p.tal in FarQO. after ipervding three 
waakt i tha hoipflal 

Gary ^ar»on o* Burnivsfla aoent tha 
4th of Jufy weekend viiifing his par. 
antt. tie ABrad hraftons. 

Sunday night Ur and Mrs. Brwca 
So&erg. Joyce and Knitian vitflad at 
Ctstad Acres near Grygla, 

Mr and Uri. Eddy Slucy visited wttfi 
her mother. LaoU CuCen in Goodndga 
on Tuesday. 

Friday forenoon Clarence and 
Mayme Johnson and granddaughters. 
Jetties and Monica Johnson, and 
Kaila and Chritline Johnson were 
calers at tha Jack Hag man homa of 
rural Thief River Falls. 

Pastor Bob Dahlen and Martin Kotr- 
ba and Jason were coflee guests at the 
Ronnie Kotrba home on Wednesday. 

Thursday Helen Mobrotan ol SaOwsv 
ter came to the Clayton Johntrud 
home. Then later Mra Clayton John- 
trud want with Helen, and were 
overnight guests in Grand Forks. Than 
on Friday, Lawrence KJaven of Cook, 
Kurt Mobrotan of StUwatar. Mrs. Clay- 
ton Johntrud and Helen Mobroten 
attended the funeral tor Ida Reynolds, 
held at a Lutheran church in Lakota, 
ND. Then alter the funeral Helen 
Mobroten. Mrs. Clayton Johntrud. Kurt 
Mobroten, and Lawrence Waven visited 
with Charles Reynolds at tha nursing 
home i... Lakota, ND. Later that day 
Mrs. Clayton Johnsrud, Kurt Mobrotan 
and Lawrence Klaven visited at the 
Randy Word home in rural Lakota. On 
their way home they visited wtth Marion 
Olson In Michigan. ND, and they 
stopped to visit with Elma KoWIng In 
McCanna, ND, and also' with Gladys 
and Sheila in Lartmore. ND. Mrs. Clay- 
ton Johnsrud returned homa with 
Lawrence Klaven and Kurt Mobroten, 
Kurt and Lawrence left for their homes 
that nlghL 

Monday forenoon Mrs. Darwin 
Eidaibes and MicheOe were visitors and 
coffee guests at the Jean Johnson 
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Steven Bergland; {back row) Al Morkrld, youth 
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Boutaln, Eric Halvorson, Ben Fallon, Marci Un- 
dahl, president of Women of Elks, Doug Reier- 
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Young and Gatheridge 
recognized by NWRDC 



Com minder Dive Odette of tha Thief River 
Fall* Civil Air Patrol Squadron accept* the local 
squadron'* charter and emblem at tha charter 
night program recently at the Thief River Falls 



regional airport. CoL Jerry Quilling, inspector 
for the Minnesota Civil Air Patrol Wing 
headquarters In Minneapolis {right), made the 
official presentation. 



Civil Air Patrol at 
TRF given charter 



Jus: five months after an organi- 
: zaiional meeting was held February 
12 at the Thief River Falls regional 
airport, a Civil Air Patrol Squadron 
for Thief River Falls has received 
its charter from the Minnesota 
Wing Headquarters in Minneapolis. 

Col. Jerry Quilling, Inspector for 
the state CAP, madwthe presenta- 
tion recently at ceremonies held in 
the Thief River Falls technical col- 
lege's training center at the airport. 
Accepting was Dave Odottc, com- 
mander of thelocal squadron. 

Following the ceremonies. Col. 
Quilling worked with the local 
squadron in answering questions 
and reviewing some of the things 
that the squadron will need to put in 
place in the next few months. 

More than 100 people attended 
the February meeting with repre- 
sentatives on hand from the Thief 
River Falls city council and airport 
commission, chamber of com- 
merce, CAP wing office and Dululh 
and Bcmidji squadrons. The mayor 
of Red Lake Falls also nttended. 

Three weeks later a meeting was 
held — with 35 to 40 people attend- 
ing — to determine if there was 
enough interest to organize a 
squadron in the Thief River Falls 
area. The decision was made to 
organize and the procedure toward 



receiving a charter was placed in 
motion. 

The squadron presently has 26 
members with Odette as comman- 
der and Sen. LeRoy Stumpf as 
deputy commander. Other officers 
arc Sheriff Bob Wold, emergency 
services officer; Hardy Hodge, 
communications officer; Cliff 
Larson, public affairs officer; Brian 
Borth, logistics officer; Jan Hcucr, 
administration officer; 'Wayne 
Schindlcr. safety officer; Pot Hoff- 
man, flight operations officer, and 
Mark C. Larson, finance officer. 

Other members are Marl and 
Johnson, Hal Waale, Dick Sjoberg, 
Virgil Wagner, Dale Olmstcad, Dr. 
Ben Saylcr, Stan Springsteen, Rev. 
Joe DcCrans, Mike Frcmling, 
■James Hultecn, Dr, Steve Kcogn,. 
Harlan Kirkcide, Jim Kotz, Gory 
Lane, Earl Waugh and Roland 
Wold: 

Sinco the Civil Air Patrol is a 
volunteer support organization with 
its specialty in air and ground 
search and rescue, April was used 
to teach the members the basics of 
first aid and CPR through an eight- 
hour First Respondcrs course. One 
of the members used the training 
recently when he was first on the 
scene of a motorcycle accident. 

Meetings in May were used to 



iludy aerial search procedures and 
ud prepare for the Blue CAP (prac- 
tice in aerial search) in June. This 
included gridding maps, determin- 
ing positioning with the use of lati- 
tude and longitude in degrees, min- 
utes and seconds and proper radio 
communications. 

The Blue Cap drill was held June 
26 and utilized' a course around 
Thief River Falls with ground tar- 
gets to find and identify. The route 
took about an hour to fly and radio 
communications were maintained 
wilh a portable communications 
center set up at the airport. Each 
aircraft carried a pilot and three 
observers. 

- On July 11 nine pilots attended 
the CAP flight clinic in Bcmidji. 
Four-hour training sessions were . 
held in the morning and covered 
FAA and CAP procedures as well as 
aircraft load and performance char- 
acteristics. In the afternoon the 
pilots flew with CAP instructors for 
in-flight upgrade training and test- 
ing to become qualified CAP pilots. 

Commander Odette said effons 
in the next six months will.be con- 
centrated on several areas: 

• Obtaining fixed base radio 
equipment for a permanent commu- 
nications center, 

(Continued on Page 4} 



Ktrm Young of Sl Hiuure and 
William GathcTrdfc of Humboldt 
were rrt«ntcd with ipecial awards 
recoRniiing their put tcrvictf to 
OV Northwew Regional DereJop- 
mcM commmion at the annual 
meeting of the comrruiuon rccendr 
in 7 hici River Fall*. 

Dr. Joe Bouvcue of Hillock was 
reerfctrd lo cttMir (he commiuM 
for another two-year term and 
Genevieve Knott of Red Lake Falli 
was elected as the Red Lake county 
tovrruhipf representative. 

Appointed to the corrunbuoon as 
public imettit memben were the 
following: Earl Strand, Enkinc, 
agriculture; Harold Thomforde, 
Crookjton. business; Cecil FosscH, 
Kennedy, financial institutions; Joe 
Bouvctte, Hillock, industry; Don 
Cavalier, Crookston. labor Robert 
Melby, Oklec, low income; Roy 
Jorgcnson, Oklec, seniors; Daniel 
Johnson, Goodridge, soil and water 
conservation districts; Paul Hanson, 
East Grand Forks, vocational 
schools; Rudee Anderson. 
Greenbush, watershed districts; and 
Bemic Solberg, Gully, women. 

Caucuses were held following 
the commission meeting for coun- 
ties to elect members and alternates 
to the commission's board of dircc- 

Lincoln music 
facilities meet 
set for Monday 

Facilities Project Steering com- 
miucc will conduct an information 
"" njaelmgjar Jianklin middle school 
and Lincoln high school music stu- 
dents, parents and music booster 
groups Monday. July 27. at 8 p.m. 
' in the Lincoln high school cafeteria. 
Griff Davenport, the project 
architect, will review plans for ren- 
ovation of music facilities under the 
proposed school building program. 

Patrick Jaeger, 
found not guilty 
on sex charges 

After two and one-half days of 
testimony, Patrick Lcc Jaeger was 
found not guilty by a jury in Thief 
River Falls of criminal scuuol mis- 
conduct. 
.._ -Jaeger, was charged-with two - 
counts of criminal'scxual conduct 
in the third degree involving an 
adult female. A jury found him not 

f;uilty of those charges on Friday, 
aeger was represented in court by 
Al Larivee of Grand Forks. 

Pennington county assistant 
attorney Al Rogalla, said he was 
not sure why the verdict went the 
way it did. He said he believes the 
jury, which was composed of about 
half women and half men, was a 
fair representation of Pennington 
county. 



ion. Elected were the following 
wrth director and alternate elected 
Lined rejpecu vely: 

K i rtaon— Charles Undberg and 
Janice Hanson; Marshall — Delray 
Laraoo and MarviHc Mapiuiaon; 
Norman — Glen D rook shire and 
Herb Mauriuon; Pennington — 
Oliver Swansea and Daniel John- 
son: Pott— Wallace Jorg cn joo and 
Harold Thomforde; Red Lake- 
Virgil Benoit and Robert Melby; 
Roseau — Rudee Anderson and 
Glenn Dam, Next meetins of the 
board will be Tuesday. July 28. 

A full list of commission mem- 
berthip including the name of the 
member, community and area of 
interest represented is as follows: 
Kittson Coonty 

•Dr. Joe Bouveue, Hallock^pub- 
lic interest — Industry; Cecil 
Fosscll. Kennedy, public interest- 
financial institutions; ""Janice 
Hanson, Hillock, school board; 
Kimbcriy Johnson, Kennedy, town- 
ships; "Charles Lindberg, Ken- 
nedy, county; and George Wikstrom 
Jr.. Karlstad, municipali t i es; 
Marshall County 

Bruce Anderson, Argyle, munic- 
ipalities; "Delray Larson, Gatzke. 
county; and •?*MarviUe Magnus- 
son, Argyle, townships; 

Norman County 

••Glen Brookshire, Halstad, 
municipalities; •••Herb Mauriison, 
Shelly, county; and Cary Sip, Ada, 
townships; 



Praataftoa Corny 

Kerrait Finitad. Thief River 
Falls, townships; David Hocfer, Sl 
Hiuure, manic rpaliucs; "'Daniel 
Johnson, Goodndge. public interest 
— foil and water conservation; and 
••Oliver Swanson. Thief River 
Falls, county; 

Pot* County 

Don Cavalxr. Crcokaco. poMx 
interest— labor. Pan] Hanson, East 
Grand Forks, public interest- voca- 
tional schools; ••Wallace Jorgen- 
ton. Fisher, county; Duane Knut- 
son. Fertile, municipalities; Gary 
Letneo, Crookston, townships; 
Bemie Solberg. Gully, public inter- 
est — women; and •••Harold 
Thomforde, Crqokston. public 
interest — business; 

Red Lake County 

"Virgil Benoit, Red Lake Falls, 
county; Roy Jorgcnson, Oklec, pub- 
lic interest — senior citizens; 
Genevieve Knott. Red Lake Falls, 
townships; Earl Strand, Erskine, 
public interest— agriculture; 
•••Robert Melby. Oklee. public 
interest — low income; and Harold 
Vatthauer, Plummcr. municipalities; 
Roseau County 

••Rudee Anderson, Greenbush. 
public interest — watershed districts; 
Bemie Burggraf, Roseau, munici- 
palities; •••Glenn Darst, Green- 
bush, county; Donald Fast, War- 
road, townships; and Jon Heppedal, 
Badger, school boards. 

(•Chairman; ••Board Member. 
•••Alternate.) 



Nico le Paulson 
enters pageant 



(This b the sixth In a series of 
articles about candidates for the 
Mbs Thief River Fails title at the 
officUl Mbs America prtUmuiary 
scholarship pageant Saturday, 
August 1, Id the Lincoln high 
school auditorium. 

Pageant tickets, all of which 
are for general admission seating 
this year, are now on sale at $5 
each at Kezar Music and Ekeren 
Drug in Thiei River Falls. 
Admission will be $6 at the door.) 



Public information effort starts 
on school district building plan 



With a bond issue election set 
for September 15, the steering com- 
mittee which recommended a 
restructuring plan to the board of 
School District S64 is moving 
ahead with a public information 
effort. The effort is geared to 
emphasizing the educational con- 
cept as well as the financial advan- 
tages under debt equalization fund- 
ing through the State of Minnesota. 
-^~ Tax impact figures on the nearly 
$18million total project are includ- 
ed in a mailing being-sent to tax- 
payers in the district this week. 

"Our final financial run showed 
our local cOst to be S3. 8 million 
with the state picking up more than 
three-quarters of the project cost," 
states Key Teeters Asp, who chairs 
the steering committee. "The com- 
mittee feels it's important for the 
individual taxpayers to sec what 
their investment is going to be." 

But she adds that the committee 
also wants (be public to be aware 
that the project is more than just on 
exceptional financial bargain. 

"We also want to show the dis- 



trict that the plan, especially the 
elementary conccpF, is really educa- 
tionally sound," she said. 

According to the plan — which 
was officially adopted by the board * 
of education at a special meeting 
July 15 — elementary instruction 
would be incorporated into a single 
campus center constructed off 
Pennington Avenue, south of the 
Abundant Life church. The build- 
-ing-irplanned tobaabour 131,000" 
square feet in size. 

Heidi Holes, who chaired the ele- 
mentary subcommittee which rec- 
ommended the plan, said the com- 
mittee had been concerned about 
the size of the building, but is now 
comfortable with the way in which 
it is designed to serve young chil- 
dren. 

"Wc like to think of the elemen- 
tary complex as four little school 
houses,- snaring cafeteria, physical 
education, music and library ser- 
vices," Hoks said. "Grade levels 
are grouped two by two into sepa- 
rate wings, each with its own 
rcstrooms, computer labs, play- 



ground and teacher preparation 
area'." 

Hoks said the plan provides. for 
individual attention in a small 
school atmosphere but would elimi- 
nate duplication of services in sev- 
eral buildings and student transfers 
to balance class size. 

Student, transfers have been a 
difficult problem in the district for a 
number of years, Hoks said. 
— "IrrjosMsn'r-cducatlonally" 
sound," she said. "In fact, it's cruel 
to move a child from one building 
to another just to balance class size. 
This has been a real hardship for 
our families. For the last two years 
,0)0 district administration has made 
a concerted effort not to move chil- 
dren, but now some' classes arc 
pushing 30 or more students. That 
truly limits the amount of lime 
teachers con spend with individual 
.students and it's more than. our_ 
classrooms were designed to 
accommodate." 

According to the conceptual plan 
prepared by the architectural firm 
of Dana, Larson, Roubal and 



Associates, preschool children 
would have their own instruction 
and activity area in the new ele- 
mentary building. Kindergarten 
and first grade would share one 
wing of the building, second and 
third grades would share a second 
wing and fourth and fifth grades 
would have .their own "school 
house" in a third wing. Each wing 
would be fitted wilh updated 
-instrrjctionoltcchnology-and-age-— 
appropriate equipment," Hoks said. 
"The plan includes separate 
unloading areas for school buses 
and private traffic," Hoks said. "I 
think we're very eager to sec how 
the transportation department is 
going to handle busing for the new 
school. Although more than 70 per 
cent of the district's children 
already ride buses, jt's goingto be a 
transition for the 30 per cent who 
havcjyalkcd to school every day." 

.' Representatives of. the steering " 
committee arc now making appear- 
ances at meetings of organizations 
in the community to outline the 
restructuring plan . 




Nicole Paulson of Goodridge 
doesn't lament growing up in a 
small community and attending a 
small school. "It has given me the 
opportunity tq participate in many 
extra-curricular activities, to 
receive support from teachers and 
community organizations, to devel- 
op personal qualities and achieve 
personal goals," she says. 

Daughter of David and Diane 
Paulson, 18-year-old Nicole is five 
feet eight inches tall, has brown 
hair and green eyes. Her pageant 
talent number will be a flute solo 
entitled "Largo and Allegro" by 
Georg Philipp Tfclcmann. 

Nicole played flute in the 
Goodridge band from seventh 
through 12th grade and earned dis- 
trict double star rating on flute 
solos in 1990 and 1991. She was 
also a choir member for six years, a 
boys' basketball cheerleader for six 
years and played volleyball for 
three years. 

Nicole won the cheerleader of 
the year award in 1987-88 and the 
most spirited basketball cheerleader 
award from 1988 through 1992. 
She took part in six chccrleading 
camps and two regional and state 
competitions. 

An honor roll student since sev- 
enth grade, she was an honor gradu- 
ate this spring. Homecoming queen 
in her senior year, she was also a 
sno-fest queen candidate in 1989 . 
ar)d 1990, student council secretary 
in 1991 and 1992, uitcmatc to Girls' 
State in 1991 and received letter- 
person's and leadership awards in 
1992. 

Nicole has taken piano lessons 
for nine years and been a pianist for 
tha Sunday school in her church as 
well as a Sunday school teacher. 

Her hobbies include. exercising, 
walking, playing the piano, camp- 
ing, reading and spending time with 
friends and family. She has a 14-" 
year-old brother, Troy. 
— —Having- take n-collcgc-cou rscs— 
while in nigh school, she plans to 
graduate from Northland 
Community college in Thief River- 
Falls next spring and attend 
Bcmidji State university in the fall, 
majoring in elementary or special 
education. Serving as a peer tutor 
with elementary students while in 
high school influenced her decision. 

"The children always had the 
ability to moke me smile," she said. 
"I'll never forget the wonderful ' 
feeling of accomplishment and self 
worth 1 received teaching them a 
new skill or reinforcing an old one 
and touching .their lives in a posi- 
tive, caring way." 



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BIRTHS 



Chen L Sort-y in.; [> t Jln P 
>f*n«r«. ik*i[ »nh then rwtMi. 
Rf*crl and Hem V^t of Chim- 
piin and Ijirwine kihn»no i-rf ku1 
uad. itt harT? <' 1 an:im;r*e the if 
■ encasement and fonJktrrure niar- 
rucr 

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ue 11J Ranirol n-mmhrp hi;h «.SrrJ 
in Rantnut. IL. ■ l"A* jraJuatr of 
the Hennepin icnmunm coileje 
and a I «Sft gradual of the I .al eland 
Medical academy She n J htwrte- 
nvakrr. Met func't n a 1W| rr»Ju- 
ate of the Grand Ftxi.% AVT1 He it 
cmpl.'jaJ hy Hjdra Mac. 

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held at 5 p m. at the bride* heme. 



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T**! Ri.n lalh ftT»*l> f t w hnht 
urvr the La'-t edit»m >-4 the Timet 

( v i JuU 1* a ^iil »a» bum to 
Vtmi ! U:en mJ the late Ruitell 
riasffl .-( Middle Ri»cr. She »ai 
r\a.Tv\) RuOvlle Jcy 

l>n Jul > 14 a eitl »a» horn to 
Cinp and WertJ* MalLvw. M; S. 
Markley. Thief Rnrr fall*. She 
»a\ named Carlr\ Jo 

On Julv I* a boy »a* horn to 
Ke*m and Beth lliff. 1006 N. 
Unrcc. Th>cf Unci Fallv He was 
named Shane Ray 

On July IH ahoy »a.t ham to Joel 
and Junie Andcrwxi cf Viking. He 
•a* rumaJ Jadm Amief. 



TRF Ouiltert guild to 
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The Th.ef Hi>rr f illi Qvtlura 
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Sheila Verbout and 
Dean Wiskow wed 



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Sheila \trbout and Dean Wi.il.ow 
were united in manure June 13 ai 
the Failh Lutheran church in 
Coodndgc. Rev. Robcn Dahlen 
olTictatea at the 4 pjn. double ring 
ceremony. 

The bride is the daughter of Mr. 
and Mrs. Wayne Vcrboul of Crygla. 
Parents of the groom ore Mr. and 
Mrs. Eugene Wiskow of Goodridge. 
Special music was provided oy 
Tracy Lee and Randy Larson, 
friends of ihe bride, who sang The 
Baide Hymn of Love," "1 Do It For 
You," "Always," "The Wedding 
Song * and "He Has Chosen You for 
Me. Ada Smerck, friend of the 
bride, served as organist, playing 
"The Wedding March." Rev. 
Dahlcn also played the trumpet. 

The church was decorated with 
roses and purple bells. 

The bride chose a white satin 
gown with pearls and sequins 
accenting the bodice, long puff 
sleeves wilh bows, a sweetheart, 
neckline, basque waist, cnndy bor 
bow at the back, and full gathered 
skin extending to a cathedral train 
with sequins and beaded inserts 
encircling it The bride comple- 
mented her gown with a forehead 
band of pearls and rhincstones, 
accented by a floral spray with short 
pouf veil. She carried a crocheted 
fan with dark purple and lavender 
roses and babies' breath, made by 
JUvina Shimpa, aunt of the groom. - 
T* Sandy Nanus of Goodridge, sis- 
ter of the bride, served as matron of 
honor. Bridesmaids were Cindy 
Wiskow of Thief River Falls, sister- 
in-law of the groom, Janic Sunsdahl 
of, Salol, sister of the bride, Janet 
Wiskow of Red Lake Falls, sister- 
in-law of the groom, Bonnie New- 
ton of Salol, sister of the bride, Tcrri 
Sistad of Grygla, friend of the bride, 
SucAnn \fcrbout of Grygla, sister of 
the bride, and Joanne Tharoldson of 
Goodridge, cousin of the bride. 
They wore satin gowns with lace 
overlay, tulip hemlines and bow 
accents on the sleeves and at the 
waistline. They carried crocheted 
fans with dark purple and lavender 
roses with babies ' breath. 

Flower girl was Brittany Wiskow 
of Thompson, ND, cousin of the 
groom. She wore a white floor- 
Icngth dress with ruffled neckline 
ana hemline and a forehead band 
with pouf veil. She carried a white 
basket with dark purple and laven- 
der roses. Petal carriers wcro 



Joihua Surudahl and Justin Newton, 
nephews of the bride and Travis 
Wiskow, nephew of the groom. 
They wore black suits with purple 
bow ties. 

Train carriers were Tanya Ver- 
bout, Jooi Newton and Alicia Suns- 
dahl. nieces of the bride. They wore 
purple dresses. 

Rosaline Hoffcrt, friend of the 
bride, served as the bride's personal 
attendant. 

The groom was attired in a white 
tuxedo with tails and dark purple 
bow tie. His boutonnicrc was dark 
purple and lavender roses. 

Brent Anderson of Goodridge, 
friend of the groom, served as best 
man. Groomsmen were Darrick 
Wiskow of Thief River Foils, broth- 
er of the groom, David Sunsdahl of 
Salol, brother-in-law of the bride, 
DarrcU Wiskow of Red Lake Falls, 
brother of (he groom, Shawn 
Graven of Goodridge, friend of the 
groom. Paul Hcnrickson of Good- 
ridge, friend of the groom, Robert 
Coan of Goodridge, friend of, the 
groom, and Tom Pcderson of Thief 
River Falls, friend of the groom. 
They wore black tuxedos with tails, 
and purple and lavender bow ties. 
Their botitonniercs were dark purple 
and lavender roses. 

Ring bearer was Troy Wiskow of 
Thief River Falls, nephew of the 
groom. He wore a white tuxedo 
with tails and white bow tie. His 
boutonnicrc was lavender roses. 

Ushering the guests were-Jeff 
Newton, brother-in-law of the bride, 
Larry Nerhus, brother-in-law of the 
bride, Dale Wiskow, cousin of the 
groom, and Jeff Olson, friend of the 
couple. They wore black tuxedos 
with tails and dark purple or laven- 
der bow tics. Their bouionnicrcs 
were dark purple apd lavender 
roses. Programs were handed out 
by Julie Sikorski, cousin of the 
groom, and Nancy Verbout, cousin 
of the bride. 

For her daughter's wedding, the 
mother of the bride chose an off- 
white street length dress. The 
groom's mother wore a light purple 
street length dress. Each wore a 
corsage of purple or lavender roses 
and babies' breath. The fathers of 
. the couple wore block tuxedos with 
black bow tics. Their bouionnicrcs 
were purple and lavender roses. 

Honored guests at the ceremony 
were Anna Hammer, grandmother 
of the bride, Kenny Hammer, Rol- 



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A mrr»*T"i »■* "fU k» «*» tti» 
pie frttowifif rhf itrmcmj lln« 
(rxnMf »rrr Mr and Mri Ralr* 
RiaItA iw l» and »M rrf UV hnaV. 
and Mr and Mr* Arnold Wnko*. 
nude >f>d asBt of ihf irooa 
Sirphan* P«J*T»o«. frtrtdo* tbf 
m**e . and PrcfT Slam*, frtend of 
the bride, pmwled ora the foe»I 

HijMiltilini Ihe t*r*i«| Ublc 
»tre too three-tiered weddlaa 
tale* on r^i of ■ rfwrl cake >oi>M 
lopther by a MaaxaML tt fctflanM a 
fountain and wai decored with 
»hiw frottmi. pumte Hovtri and 
• hue wjtar belli. The caJtt m 
made by the mother of the groom. 
It was cut by PhyDii Vernout. aoM 
of the bnde, and Jmla Wukov, aott 
of the croom. Coffee waa acrrcd by 
Evadell Neaeth. aunt of the bride, 
and Elvina Shimpa, aunt of the 
froom. Mr. and Mrs. Rofcr HofT- 
man, fnendi of the croon), and Mr. 
and Mrs. Damn Wolow, cousins of 
the croom, served punch. 

Gift Ublc attendant! woe Karen 
Verbout, Deanna Nelson. Michelle 
Skime and Ashley Wiskcrw. I3ower 
hoitetscs were Patty AndeHon, 
cousin of the bride, and Martean 
Wolff, cousin of the groom. Wail- 
rcisci were Lisa Verbout, KriitJ 
Wolff, Shanda Anderson, Mandy 
Rybakowiki, Traci Sannei and 
Kristy Johnson. Candy kiaca were 
handed out by Eric Rundcll, Kent 
Rundcll. Michelle Wiskow and Col- 
leUeSannes. 

The couple is at home to SaloL 
The groom, a 19SS graduate of 
Goodridge high school and a 1990 
graduate of the Thief River Palls 
technical college in Auto Body, u 
employed by Doc's Auto Body in 
Wanrjod. The bride, a 1989 gradu- 
ate of Grygla high school and a 
1990 graduate Of the Thief River 
Falls technical college in Nuntng.'ii 
employed by the Northern Clinic in 
Warroad 




Brenda Dahl to wed 
Michael Adamer Aug. 22 

Brenda Dahl and Michael 
Adamer, together with their parents, 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dahl of New- 
folden and Mr. and Mrs. Ron 
Adamer of Minneapolis, are happy 
to announce their engagement and 
forthcoming marriage. 

The bride-to-be is a graduate of 
Northwestern college in Roscville 
and is employed by Westwood 76 
service station in St. Louis Park, 
Her fiance is a graduate of Ncjnnan-. 1 
dale community cofloge and is 
employed by G. & K Services, a 
textile leasing company. 

The wedding will take place 
August 22 at 4 p.m. at the Grace" 
Evangelical Free church in Ridley. 
All fnends and relatives are mvitea 
to attend. 



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Jul< 21.1992 



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Stacie Sparby & Mark 
Johnson wed June 1 3 



Stacie Sparby and Mark Jormson 
were united in marriage June 13 at 
the Fint Lutheran church in Middle 
River. Rev. Paul Jchntton and Rev. 
Kenneth Losch officiated at the 3 
p.m. double ring ceremony. 

The bride is the daughter of 
Eldon and Linda Sparby ot Middle 
River. Parenu of the groom are 
Ron and Kathy Johnson. 

Special music was provided by 
Dcland Elseth, Steve Larson, John 
Sparby and Til Elseth, friends of the 
bride, who sang 'Only the Begin- 
ning." "Let It Be Me," The Lord's 
Prayer" and "Great Is the Lord." 
Debbie Haraldson, friend of the 
bride, served as organist, playing 
"Canon in D" and "Wedding 
March." 

The church was decorated with 
pink and white carnations and 
alstroemcria on seven-tier cande- 
labra. 

' The bride-chose a white satin 
gown with a sweetheart neckline, 
gathered rhinestone and pearls, 
pleated long lace sleeves, and a 
cathedral length train. The bride 
complemented her gown with a 
long veil and headband featuring 
pearls and sequins. She carried a 
cascading bouquet of bridal pink 
roses, mini white carnations, pink 
triumph alstroemcria, babies' breath 
and pearls. 

Andrea Holten of Moorhead, 
friend or the bride, served as maid 
of honor. Bridesmaids were Cyn- 
thia Johnson of Hallock, sister of 
the groom, Jennifer Mulville of 
Moorhead.' friend of the bride, and 
Stcfanic Sparby of Middle River. 



sister of the bride. They wore pur- 
ple tea length gowns with black, 
white and pink Lace overlay, open V 
back, scoop neckline and gathered 
inset bodice. They carried arm bou- 
quets of three bridal pink roses. 

Flower girl was Mallory Johnson 
of Hallock, niece of the groom'. She 
wore a white tea length dress with 
lace overlay bodice and puffy short 
sleeves. She carried a white basket 
accented with pink and white mini 
aunaiions and alstroemcria. 

Pam Schenkey and Kari Pcnas, 
friends of the bride, served as the 
bride's personal attendants. 

The groom was attired in a black 
tuxedo wilh tails and while cum- 
merbund and black bow lie. His 
boutonnicrc was a white rose with 
greenery. 

Brian Johnson of Hallock, brother 
of the groom, served as best rruuC' 
Grrjornsmen were Todd Johnson of 
Hallock, brother or the proom, Paul 
' Sparby of Middle River, bride of the 
bride, and John Sparby of Middle 
River, brolhcr of the bride. They 
ware black tuxedos wilh tails and 
black bow ties and cummerbunds. 
Their boutonnicres were pale pink 
roses with greenery. . 

Ushering the guests-were Dan 
Eilcrtson, Shawn Stewart, Pete Sev- 
ersoo, all friends of the groom, and 
Scott Larson, cousin otitic bride. 
They wore black tuxedos with black 
bow ties and cummerbunds. Their 
bcwWnnieres were pale pink carna- 
tions. Candlelighter was Heather 
Mulville, friend of the bride. 

For her daughter's wedding, ihe 
mother of the bride; r.hose a light 



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Ilomrfd roeai at the cmmc*j 
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Sparer **d Meltin SeaJu. craad- 
parenu of the <cx«r*e. and Rack and 
Mand Lannn. Jerry and Latb Spar- 
by and John and Janxe Martnac*. 
■p d pare aw i cf the enable. 

A nxrewon *« held for the coat- 
pie follow»| ihe cemnony Host' 
conplei arte .Sieve and Oail 
Hotmet, fnendi of the bride, and 
Ptolv and Marlyce Pcsrrwjn. fnead* 
cf the groom. Kathy Johnson and 
Marilyn lohnaon. imers<in-law of 
the croom, preuded over the fucat 
book. 

Highlighting the icrving uble 
wai a three-tiered while wedding 
cake, iced in white and decorated 
with pink roaei and leave*. It was 
cut by Cindy Lee and Jackie Moo- 
son, both cousins of the bride. Cof- 
fee was served by Mavis Bjurtin and 
Jean Bundcrson. both aunts of the 
croom. Tracy Sparby. cousin of Ihe 
bride, and Jennifer Martinson, 
cousin of the groom, Krved punch. 

Flower houeiici were Tammy 
Strandbcrc and Kim Liebl. both 
friends oMhe bride. Gift table 

attendant! were Andy and Tara 
Schenkey, friendi of the bride, and 
Dcstree Cummins and Kip Sparby, 
both cousins of the bride. Waitress- 
es were Jennifer Sparby, cousin of 
the bride, Sara Melby, friend of the 
bride, Nicheile Larson, niece of the 
groom, and Jaimee Johnson, friend 
of the groom. 

Following a wedding trip to 
Michigan, the couple is at borne in 
Hallock. The groom, a 1988 gradu- 
ate of Hallock high school and a 
1992 graduate of Cortcordia college, 
is employed by Johnson Oil compa- 
ny in Hallock. The bride, a 1989 
graduate of Middle River high 
school, is currrently a student at 
CorKxxdia college. 

Falls Squares to have 
square dance July ?4 

The Falls Squares will hold a 
square dance July 24 at 8 p.m. at the 
Thief River Falls city auditorium. 
Jerome Potucck will call the tips. 
Lunch will be served following the 
dance. All sauarc dancers and spec- 
tators ore welcome. The August 28 
dance has been cancelled. 

CORRECTION 

. In a recent article about the 
reunion of the Goodridge high 
school class of 1942, the following 
names were incorrectly given: Alv- 
ina (Arvcson) Hanson, Harlcy and 
Jeaneue Bucholz, Carrol and Fran- 
cis Pamow of Hunlersville, NC, 
James and Eileen Salveson of 
Prairie du Sac. WJ and Gerry and 
Benora Falk of Hillsborough, CA. 
The Times is sorry for the errors. 




Pace 3 - Thr Timrt 



Salli Raymond-Charles 
Banks III wed June 1 3 



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Adani aad flower bourn was 
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•tn-iag (nflee were Lola Werdal, 
Kadiy Jainhvwi. lanri Cwhnanaacaa. 
Kan Ranki. Carol Sotyai and Rita 
Banki TV wedding wai video- 
taped hy Paal Spielmaa and D«a 
SpKtnan 

The couple »iH rnend the ram 
■Mr ■ the (am try take cahra. They 
will aacnr to Wuconno in the fan 
where the groom will teach art and 
coma, 

Wedding reception set 
for Nancy Olson & 
Kevin Maurstad 

An cpen house wedding recepuoo 
for Nancy Olaon and Kevin Marar- 
atad will be held Aurat I at 6 pjn. 
at the Arrue and Iris Mauntad farm, 
Argytc. All friends and relatives arc 
invited. No invitations arc being 
■cm. 



Salli Alise' Raymond and Charles 
Edward Banks 111 were united in 
marriage June 13 at the Zion 
Lutheran church in Thief River 
Falls. Rev. Dennis C. Raymond, 
father of the bride, and Rev. Mark 
Solyst uncle of the bride, officiated 
at the double ring ceremony. 

The bride is the daughter of Rev. 
Dennis and Naomi Raymond of 
Thief River Falls. Parenu of the 
groofn are PerTy and Marquita 
Banks of Lynd. 

Lectors for the service were Mar- 

2uiia Banks, mother of the groom, 
urtis Werdal, cousin of the bride, 
aand Gladys Solyst, granlmother of 
the bride. Wcdcung music was pro- 
vided by Phyllis Dalagcr, organist, 
Jake Dyrhaug, pianist, and Ingrid 
Morkcn and Lyoia Morken, instru- 
mentalists. Voaclists were Dennis 
and Naomi Raymond and Marc 
Raymond. The bride and groom 
also sang during the lighting of the 
unity candle. 

Stephani Dyrhaug, sister of the 
bride, served as maid of honor. 

ftridesrnaids were Kim Minks, Kris- 
inc Fehr and Michelle Hubin, 
friends of the bride, and Sarah 
Banks, sister of the groom. Flower 
girl was Ann Solyst, cousin of the 
bride. 

Paul Kamrud, friend of the 
groom, served as best man, with 
Jason Bonks, Aaron Banks, brothers 
of the groom. Marc Raymond, 
brolhcr of the bride, and Brian 



Robinson, friend of the groom, as 
groomsman. Ring bearer was 
Adam Solyst, cousin of the bride. 
Ushers were Matthew Schmpp and 
Mark Kvare. friends of the groom. 



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Rom l_ R*nd*l Sr. (1 
Audrey kjfMtoon. M 
Muban SunadaM, 71 
Mark Hatvoraon. X 
Ronald Sfianv M 
Harry M. Donarakl, <J 



V*rta AaaaUn. T1 
HMW«M,H 

John D«hl*, tt 
AmoM ft Kartstotf, 7% 



Harry M. Donarski, 63 




Tki.f Ri.fr Falli Harrv 

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Dame n Tfciff Rivtt fa.'U 

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; U S lis M IV %( JVrr^anlt Catfriai 
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keibtarcrt 

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Baklr. IXaflej 

Johnton. Neil 

Fiwo. Da*e 

Slonj. Damn 

Mcdeirr. 

Ronnie IUII- 

ilttim and 

Robert Nclwn Interment wmi in 

the churth cemetery. The Green 

Funeral Home wit m charge of 

arrangcmcnti. 

llarr? Martin IXxunti »u born 
No*. 9. 1928 m Wright to»nihip. 
Manhall county, (he son of Edward 
and Elue (Ptctruurwiii) Donanii 
He attended school in Viking and at 
Sl BcnurtTi school in Thief Rive* 
Falls, lie aural the National Guard 
when he was 18 yean old, and 
worked on the family farm and at 
the Sl Hilairt Elevator for several 

John Evenson, 96 

Thief River Falb — John Even- 
son. 96. died July 20 at the North- 
west Medical center in Thief River 
Falls. 

Funeral services will be held July 
23 at 2 pjn. at the Trinity Lutheran 
church with Rev. Rev. Ron Calvert 
officiating. Interment will be in the 
Greenwood cemetery. The Green 
FuriiTiil Home is m I'liar^c of 

John Dahie, 82 

Oklet — John Dahie, 82, died 
July 17 at the Northwest Medical 
center in Thief River Falls. 

Funeral services were held July 
21 at the Petterson Funeral Home in 
OkJce with Jeff Slathar and Walter 
Knochenmus officiating. Special 
music was provided by the Ray 
Swenson family. Interment was in 
the Salem Lutheran cemetery, rural 
Oklee. The Green Funeral Home 
was in charge of arrangements. 

John Dahie was born Aug. 9, 
1909 at Fairdale, ND. the son of Ole 
and Bertina (Grande) Dahlc. He 
was raised in Deer Park township, 
near Oklee and educated in Equality 



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Mark Halvorton. 30 



SrvftMre Mark ltaJ*w*r» 

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*IV>11«* PaM at "-I Flrmard » 
Ceihr-h. ihurih ,n Thief Run 
lelli l»(Xi.-*cr l^h,, SaixnaJ 
CVuard wiii »«t annitrd durmj; the 
Kreran u*ifl«:i anJ LV c»x^*e Infd 
at Catrjp RuLlrr. AI fre ».TT>e urr»e, 
whrrr hr »at a dnll "rryttanL f\-4- 
kr»m)[ hn divherrt. UV* irtumod 
to Thicl Run I aJli arvj he worked 
for IVvdcT I)njj; U* 17 year*. »» a 
hervrvkr at tSc AmriKan l/jion 
for WNcra! icat». fur the pan 17 
yrar\ »a« wil 1 ! Kxiherj;'* Manufac- 
tunne )(c w» an atuvc memher of 
Sl he mar d t CatholK. thurch, the 
Eajtlct fix 4) year and the Ameri- 
can Lepioo fi» 'fl yrarv 

He i\ *ur>i*ed hy hn »ife; his 
mother, one daughter. Sin. Stanley 
(tyneiie) Lane of Thief River Falls; 
three *on\; Jerome nf Piior Lake. 
D» iphi of Warroad and Grcpory of 
Thief Ritcr Falli; nine grandchil- 
dren; three uUcrv Francn Schmiti, 
Carol Roy and DarNtra Roy. all of 
Apple Valley; and two brothers: 
Floyd of Bock and James of Thief 
River Falls. 

He was preceded in death by an 
mfani daughter; his father; two 
brothers: Leonard and Frank; a 
granddaughter. Jacklyn Donanki; 
and a grandson, Robert Donanki. 



arrangements. 

Visitation will be held Wednes- 
day from 1 to 9 p.m. al the Green 
Funeral Home and at the church on 
Thursday for one hour before the 
service. 

A complete obituary will be 
printed in a later edition of the 
Times. 



township, also near Oklee. In 1958 
he was married to Thclma Rystad at 
Red Lake Falls. Following their 
marriage tho couple made their 
home in Deer Park township where 
they farmed and had lived since 
then. His wife died on Mar. 21, 
199Z 

He is survived by one brother, 
George of Oklee; and three sisters: 
Alma Malvig of Thief River Falls, 
Mrs, Leonard (Bergina) Schultz of 
Eveleth and Olga Dahie of Red 
Lake Falls. 

He was preceded in death by his 
wife; bis parents and an infant 
brother. 




»oo. Jeff Sort neon. Robert Sorer) 
ion. Kenn Manntad. Nathan 
Stokke and Ron Krajnetv Inter- 
ment »a» in the Beihkhem ceme- 
tery m New Solum inwTtthtp, Mar- 
ihall teunty The Green Funeral 
Home »ai tn charge of arranfe- 
menu 

Mark Wayne Halvorton wee bom 
No*. 2%. 19ril in Rrncau. the eon of 
Gene and Lorrtta (Sherva) Hahror- 
lon. He was baptircd and con- 
firmed at Zion Lutheran church in 
Viking. The family lived in Thief 
Riser Falls for two yrars and then 
moved to Viking. He attended ele- 
mentary school in Viking and grad- 

Ronald Shern, 54 

Viking — Ronald Shern, 54. died 
July 16 at Ihe Dakota hospital in 
Fargo. ND. 

Funeral services were held July 
21 at the Zion Lutheran church in 
Viking with Rev. Randy Schlecht of 
Peace Lutheran church ocTtciating, 
Special music 
was provided 
by Mavis 
Stokke and 
Virgil Melo. 
vocalists, and 
Diane Water- 
worth, organ- 
ist.' Honorary 
casketbcareri 
were Lyle 
Stokke, Larry 
Finstad. Hams 
Halvorson, 
Virrjil Melo, David Mclo and Dou- 
glas Lorentz. Active casket bearers 
were Craig Dunrud. Danni Halvor- 
son, Gerry Mclo, Darrcll Melo, 
Daren Stokke and Nathan Stokke. 
Interment was in the Viking ceme- 
tery. The Green Funeral Home was 
in charge of arrangements. j 

Ronald Shcm was bom July 19 01 

Verla Asselin, 71 

Brooks — \fcrla Asselin, 71, died 
July 17 at the Dakota hospital In 
Fargo. ND. 

Mass of Christian Burial was held 
July 21 at the Sl Joseph Catholic 
church in Brooks with Rev. Joseph 
Richards and Rev. Kcough Fntnode 
officiating. Special music was pro- 
vided by the church choir with Lor- 
raine Mercil as organisL Interment 




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lie u eumvfd by hu wife; three 
daufthitti: Rhandi Jo. Whitney 
Daw-n and Morgan Lomta Jean, hu 

rarcnti. grandmothers: Hannah 
talvorson of Viking and Oarice 
Shcrta of Newfolden. three tmen: 
Mrs Gene (Jodie) Holthuicn of 
Vikmg. Mrs. Scott (Tammie) Magn- 
cr of Newfolden. and Mrs. Dave 
(Nancy) Kragncti of Minnetonka: 
one half-siiier. Alicia Halvonon of 
Viking; three brothers: Davin of 
Newfolden, Roben of Viking and 
Demi Lee of Viking. 

He was preceded in death by bis 
grand/athen: Morris HaJnrson and 
Chesier Sherva. 




Thief River Falls . the son of Emil 
and Evelyn (Halvorson) Shcm. He 
was baptized and confirmed at Zion 
Lutheran church in Viking. The 
family lived in New Solum town- 
ship and he attended school in New- 
folden. graduating in I95S. He 
married Sandra Lorentz on July 25, 
1959 in Fargo, ND. They lived in 
the Fargo-Moorhcad area for three 
years before moving to Viking in 
1962. In addition to farming, he 
also worked at Arctic Enterprises 
for 13 years and Erico Manufactur- 
ing for 10 years. He played softball 
for several yean and was a member 
of the Trap Shooting club of Thief 
River Falls. 

He is survived by his wife; his 
mother; two daughters: Shelly 
Shcm of Minneapolis and Wendy 
Shcm of Mound; three sons: Jeffrey 
of Minneapolis, Daniel of Viking 
and Ryan of Grand Forks, ND; three 
grandchildren; and two sisters: Mrs. 
Virgil (Delaine) Melo of Fargo. ND 
and Mrs. Larry (Atloine) Finstad of 
Fairbanks, AK. 

He was preceded in death by his 
father, three aunts and one uncle. 



Olga Larson and the Rev. Oemm«nc« Dynid attended tht North 
Star Colltgt reunion la it Thursday. Dyrud was a atudarrt of 
Larson at tfw coOagt. North Star CoBtga ctosad about 50 yaars 
ago and alumni htvsj htkl an annual reunion for tht last 15 yaars. 



Marie VeVea, 85 

Peyallop.'vVA — Marie VeVea. 
85. died July 19 at the Good Samar- 
itan hospital in Puyallup, WA. 

Funeral services will be held July 
27 at 10 a.m. at Trinity Lutheran 
church in Thief River Falls. Inter- 
ment will be in the Greenwood 
cemetery. The Green Funeral Home 
is in charge of arrangements. 



Visitation will be held Sunday 
from 3 to 9 p.m. at the Green Funer- 
al home and on Monday for one 
hour before the service at the 
church. 

A complete obituary will be 
printed in a later edition of the 
Times. 



Hubert Sunsdahl, 72 



was in the church cemetery.. The ' 
Petterson Funeral home was in 
charge of arrangements. 

Verla Rose Morinville was bom 
June 14, 1921 in Red Lake county, 
the daughter of William and Eva 
(Miller) Morinville. She grew up in 
Red Lake county and graduated 
from Roosevelt high school in Min- 
neapolis. On June 16, 1941 she 
married Stephen Asselin in Brooks. 
She received her teachers training in 
Red Lake Falls and taught grammer 
school for 30 years in a number of 
locations, including Japan and 
North Africa. She retired from 
teaching in 1971, when she and her 
husband moved to Brooks. She 
was a member of the St. Anne's 
Sodality and had been serving as 
chairwoman for the Republican 
party in Red Lake county. She was 
Honored as Voluntecr/Auxilian of 
the Year by the Minnesota Associa- 
tion of Homer for the Aging, District 
A. She was also a volunteer in 
commodities distribuation, weather- 
izatton applications and visitation of 
the elderly, as well as being a mem- 
ber of the Red Lake County Board 
of Aging and the Hillcrcst Nursing 
Home auxiliary. . 

She is survived by her husband; 
two daughters: Mrs. LeRoy (Mary) 
Mercil of Brooks and Mrs. Kent 
(Monica) Wentzel of St. Cloud; 
seven grandchildren; two sisters: 
Mrs. Russcli (Darabelle) Sullentrop 
of St. Louis, MO and Mrs. James 
(Rita) McDonald of Rohnert Park, 
-CA; and three brothers: Emmitt of 
Brooks, Lawrence of Brooks and 
William of Prior Lake. 

She was preceded in death by her 
parents and one sister, Donna Walk- 



Tower — Hubert SuOdahl. 72, 
died July 9 at the Liulcfork Nursing 
home in LinJcfork. 

Funeral services were held July 
13 at the Immanue! Lutheran church 
in Tower .with Rev. Frederick- E. 
Lamer officiating. Interment was in 
the Lakeview cemetery at Tower. 
The Range Funeral home was In 
charge of arrangements. 

Hubert Suuulalil was born May 
27, 1920 at Thief River Falls, the 
son of Henry and Gertie (Bjomaraa) 
Sunsdahl. He grew up and attended 
school at Goodridge. On Mar. 8, 
1943 he married Lila Pedcrson at 
Thief River Falls. He was a U.S. 
Army veteran of World Warn. Fol- 
lowing his discharge he owned and 
operated Sunsdahl's Garage in Tfucf 
River Falls. He was a trucker for 
Goodridge Creamery and farmed 
near Thtef River Falls until 1956, 



when he moved to Aurora. In 1957, 
be moved to Tower. He worked as a 
diesel mechanic for Eric Mining 
company until his retirement in 
1976. He was a member of the 
Immanucl Lutheran church and the 
Tower Volunteer Fire department. 
His wife died in 1988. ~ *" .. 

He is survived by one daughter, 
Mrs. Norman (Bonnie) Cumin of 
Littlcfark; two son;,: Harluii of 
Neulsville, WI and Stephen or Isan- 
ti; seven grandchildren; five broth- 
ers: Virgil of Soudan, George of 
Goodridge, Floyd of Biwabik. Alvin 
of Salol and Obert of Thief River 
Falls; and two sisters: Emma Gang- 
ness and Janice Haugen, both of 
Hibbing. 

He was rjreccded in death by his 
wife; his parents; and one brother, 
Roy, who died in the Korean War. 



Audrey Israelson, 58 



Dallas, TX — Audrey Israelson, 
58, died July 16 in Dallas, TX. 

Funeral services were held July . 
20 at the Rhoton chapel with Rev. 
Paul Liersemann officiating. Hon- 
orary casketbearers were Kristopher 
Green, Eugene Peterson and Deny] 
Peterson. Active casketbearers 
were Ray Morrison, Del Seefeldt, 
Gene Gunstenson, Gene Standly, 
Chris Lewis and James Gate Inter- 
mem was in ihe Hilltop Memorial 
Park cemetery in Carrollton, TX. 
The Rhoton Funeral Home was io 
charge of arrangements. 



Audrey Peterson was bom Nov. 
25, 1933 in Spiccr. 

She is survived by one daughter, 
Kandi Morrison of Irving, TX; one 
son. Hardy Israelson of Flower 
Mound, TX; four grandchildren; 
two brothers: Eugene Peterson bt-. 
Atwater and Derryl Peterson of 
Minneapolis; ana five sisters: 
Duaine Olsopof Thief River Falls, 
Marion Swafton of Little Falls, . 
Joan Halvorson of Little Falls, Vir- 
ginia Herzog of Paynesville and 
Donna Smsky of Grand Forks, ND. 



Ross L. Randall Sr., 81 



Vuba City, CA — Ross L. Ran- 
dall Sr., 81, a former resident of 
Thief River Falls, died June 30 at 
his home in Yuba Sty, CA. 

Funeral services were held July 6 
at Ihe First Lutheran church of Yuba 
City wilh Rev. J. Murray Elrod offi- 
ciating. Interment was in the Sutter 
cemetery. The Chapel of ihe Twin 
Cities was in charge of arrange- 
ments, i- 

Ross L. Randall was born in 
Swift Currant, Saskatchewan, Cana- 
da. On May 28, 1932 he was mar- 
ried to Ina A. Mikkelson in Thief 
River Falls. He began his career in 
1947 at Thief River Falls, where he 
worked for 20 years. He later 



worked for 13 years at the Appeal- 
Democrat newspaper, for 25 years 
at the Independent Herald and the 
for five years at the Colusa Sun 
Herald. He was a member of the 
First Lutheran church of Yuba City, 
where he was an elder and had been 
Sunday School superintendent for 
16 years. 

He is survived by his wife, Ina B. 
Randall; one son, Roger Randall of 
Bakersficld, CA; two daughters: 
Judyth Burnett of Yutyt City and 
Darlene Holcman of Bakersficld, 
CA; 14 grandchildren; seven great- 
grandchildren; and one sister, Vera 
Koglin of La Crosse, WI. 



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_ Isle. — .Arnold-T.-Karlstad r -76, a 
former resident of Plummer, died 
July 19 at Robbinsdale. 

He was bom in .Osaga, IA, the 
son of Martin and Signd Karlstad. 
He grew up in Plummer. He was 
employed by the Milwaukee rail- 
road for 30 years. 

He is survived by his wife, 
Elaine; one daughter, KayEllen 
Duffy of Maple Grove; ope son, 
Greg of Dallas, TX; two grandchil- 
dren; one brother, Iver of Killeen, 
TX; and two sisters: Myrt Olsen of 
Portland, OR and Biimeue Helm of 
Red Lake Falls. 

He was preceded in death by his 
parents and two brothers, Ivem and 
Stanley. 



(Continued 

• Obtaining a number of hand- 
held communications radios so that 
members can be reached atony lime 
for an emergency; ' 

• Setting up a communications 
repeater tower so that tho local 
squadron can work directly with the 
National CAP communications net- 
work;" " 

• Continue to develop the know- 
ledge of all members in the proper 
procedures and responses needed 
for emergency services; 

' • Have three to four pilots' quali- 



fromPagc 1) 

ficd as mission pilots and eight to 
10 -people qunlified_as flight 
observers; and " ""'.' 

Be mission ready by Jan. 1, 
1993. 

"Long range goals arc to estab- 
lish a Cadet squadron for boys and 
girls ages 13 to 18," Odette said, 
"We also wont to become a support 
organization for the local area on a 
daily basis as well as in times of 
emergency with organized and 
trained manpower with flight and 
communications capabilities." 



Summerfest parade entries 



Thief River Falls Summerfest 
parade will be held Saturday, 
August 1, beginning at 11 a.m. 
from Huck Olson Memorial Center 
at the Pennington county fair- 
grounds. Line-up- will begin at 10 
ajn. in front of the center. 

"This is a great opportunity for 
your business or group to advertise 



your products or wnatever/ stoics 
Kermit Gcnereux, parade chairman. 
"Once again there will be many tro- 
phies awarded at the judges' stand 
following the parade." 

Parade entry forms ore available 
from and should be returned to 
Kermit Gcnereux, P.O. Box 385, 
Thief River Falls, MN 56701. 



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To have tvinti liaitd on 
lhe> Common try Calendar, 
mail or bring them io The 
Tknea omc* by 5:00 P.M. 
on Monday for Ihe Tu*e* 
day edrtlorv 

MO TTLC PHONE fTEUS 
ACCEPTED 



Tuesday, Jury 21 

I* noon TitaitmaAtcn meeting at 
the TRF public library. 

\2 io I pra. Chnttian Women's 
cluh meeiinp al the American 
Legion cluh. TRK 

2 p.m. Tiinily Golden Vcari 
group meeting u uV Tnmiy Luther- 
an church. TKK 

6:30 p.m. Chmiian Women's 
After Five club meeting at the Best 
Weycmlnn.TRF. 

7:30 p.m. Northern Prairie ArtriU 
asioctaiion meeting at Country 
Class ArU.TRF. 

Wednesday, July 22 

9:30 a.m. Foot care clinic at 
Grygla community center. 

Thursday, July 23 

7 p.m. "Land of the Whitefore- 
hcadi" al ihe Sttpben high school 
auditorium. 

8 p.m. Odd Fellows and Rcbck- 
ahs meeting al Ihe Odd Fellows 
hall, TRF. 

Friday, July 24 

5 p.m. Happy Seniors potluck 
meal at the Heritage center, TRF. 

7 p.m. "Land or the Whitefore- 
heads" at the Stephen high school 
auditorium. 

8 p.m. Falls Squares square dance 
at the TRF city auditorium, 



Saturday, July 25 

7 pm. *l,and of ihe White fore- 
lieadi' at the Stephen high achool 

auditorium. 

Sunday, July 26 

2 in 5 pjn. Open bouse anniver- 
sary celebration for Oliver and Ser- 
ine Ho* land al the Grygla commu- 
nity center. 

2 p.m. "Land of the Whitefore- 
hcads* ai the Stephen high school 
auditorium. 

7 p.m. 'Land of the Whiteforc- 
heads" al the Stephen high school 
auditorium. 

Monday, July 27 

1 to 2 pm. Blood pressure and 
foot care clinic at the Skylite apart- 
ments. TRF. 

5:30 p.m. Evening meal at the 
Heritage center, TRF. 

6 pm. Northwest Private Industry 
counul board of directors meeting at 
the Best Western Inn. TRF. 

Tuesday, July 28 

7 to 8 ajn. Toastmastcrs meeting 
at north conference room. North- 
west Medical center, TRF. 

7 pjn. TRF Quillers guild meet- 
ing at the TRF TC, Room 1 33. 

7 p.m. Annual meeting of the 
Pennington county chapter of the 
American Cancer society at the Her- 
itage center, TRF. 



Weekly Happenings 
In the Thief River Falls Area 

SUPPORT GROUPS 

Al-Anon meeting. Tuesdays at 8 pjn. at ihe Northwest Medical 
cwilia (Room 113), TRT. 

AI-Anon meeting, Sundays at 8 pjn. at the Northwest Medical 
center (Room 113), TRF. 

Alcoholics Anonymous, Alpha group, Tuesdays at 8 p.m. at the 
Northwest Medical center, north corilerencc room, TRF. 

Alcoholics Anonymous, Alpha group, Fridays at 8 p.m.at the ■ 
Northwest Medical center, north conference room, TRF. 

Alcoholics Anonymous, Alpha group, : Sundays af8"p.m:.at the 
Northwest Medical center, north eoofore«ceroom,TRF. ■•-■■■ 

Alcoholics Anonymous, Helping Hands group, Saturdays at 8 
pjn/at the SL I&rnanfr Catholic church, TRF. 

Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, Thursdays at 8p.m. at the , 
Redeemer Lutheran church, TRF. 

Alcoholics Anonymous, Voung People's group. Mondays at 6:30 
p.m. at Northwest Medical center. (Room 1 13). TRF. 

Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, Mondays at 8 p.m. at First 
Lutheran church. Middle River. 

Chronic Illness support group, Thursdays at 7 p.m. at the 
Redeemer Luiheran church fireside room, TRF. 

Gamblers Anonymous meeting, Thursdays at 8 p.m. at North- 
west Medical ccnicr, old colTcc shop, TRF. 

Narcotics Anonymous, Wednesdays at 8 p.m. at tho Northwest 
Medical center chapel. TRF. . 

Overeaters Anonymous, Thursdays at 7 p.m. at the Northwest 
MedicaJ center, Room 113, TRF... .- . 

Overeaters Anonymous, Wednesdays at 7 p.m. at ihe Middle 
River community center. 

TOPS meeting, Mondays at 7 p.m. at the Odd Fellows hall, TRF. 

TOPS mecling. Wednesdays at 7 pjn. at the Cunderson court, 
community room, TRF. 

TOPS meeting, Fridays at 9 a.ro. at the United Methodist church, 
TRF. 

- Violence Intervention Project women's support group for victims 
of domestic abuse (for more Information, call 681-5557). 

Weight Watchers meeting, Tuesdays at 6: 15 p.m. at the TRF 
armory. 

MEETINGS 

Kiwanis club, Tuesdays at 6:30 a.m. at the Best Western Inn, 
TRF. 

Golden Kiwanis club, Tuesdays at 9:30.a.m. at the Best Western 
Inn, TRF. 

Noon Lions club, Wednesdays at 12 noon at the Legion club, 
TRF. 

Sports Boosters club, Thursdays at 12 noon at the Rex cafe, 
TRF. 

Rotary club, Mondays at 12:15 p.m. at the Best Western Inn, 
TRF. 

OTHER 

Community Service Center at 1004 S. Tindolph, TRF, will bo 
open Mondays from 1 to 6 pjn. 



North Star College 
alumni hold 15th reunion 



Alumni of the North Star College 
held their 15th annual reunion last 
Thursday nt Our Savior's Academy. - 

North Star College was located in 
Warren and served as a high school 
and a college under ihe Auguslana 
Lutheran Synod. The schoolcloscd 
about 50 years ago. 

Naomi Peterson and Ellen Spray 
were chairwomen of the reunion. 

Those who attended the reunion 
were the Rev. Clcmmcncc Dyrud of 
Silverton, OR, Ken and Margaret 
Fredrickson of Hutchinson, Wilmcr 
, and Freda Salmonson and Hans and 
Evelyn Sonstcng ofSatol, John and 
Bcmicc Rcinhold of Grand Rapids. 
Ebba Horgcn, Lola Hcdlund and 
Norval and Mildred Torkclson of 
Warren, Olga Larson and her daugh- 
ter Naomi Johnshoy of Mentor, 
Maurils and Bclh Schbiin, Ruth 
Pedcrson. Anne Hansen. Edith 




Church On The Move forming 



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Alan* »r.d thru (hiMrrti Aihhn 
and 7/-th»n»h ir.rnlll mmrd tn 
7Wf Rr.rr I allt fn«n TuIu.OK. 
In Hart inr* ihunh lallrd f T>uri h 
Ob TV Mmr 

The trrunh iiarlm! at the mull 
of a IliMf WoJy primp thai hat hnrn 
meeting in the Th.rf Rtvrr I alii 
City auditorium batement ony 
Wedneaday It* the natf I R mcmhi 

A graduate «f Rhcma Bible 
Training Center in Tulsa, Re* 
Straiion hai been licensed and 
ordained through Church On The 
Move m Tula*, it a member of the 
Rhema Alumni association and 
worked on staff of a church n the 
Tulu area as a tmuiion outreach 



minitwv brlfrr rr|n»ing (o Thtrf 
KivrrlaDs 

Srr»*r bmn arr ftknday nun 
tnrj fmm 1 a m in 1 1 mon at the 
mmff>| mtm of ihe ("mm Ina and 
Wrdnrada* evenings from 7 to 9 
p m in (he ciiy auditorium base- 
mem Kids On The Mote chil- 
dren i church it alio held Wrdnrs 
days »hrre children aie taught 
through games, pirpprti and other 
acti vases 

Rev. Stration said he 'leacbct 
the anointed Word of God in sim- 
plicity without compromise* and 
mvdcd the pubbc io attend aervices. 
For further information call 681- 
55*4 



Tenth annual WE Fest 



Rev. Cameron Stration, hit wife Aiana, their daughter Aahh/n and 
ton Zecharlah are starting a Church On The Move congregation in 
Thief River Falli. Services are held Sunday at 10 a.m. at the 
Cmon Inn meeting room and Wednesday et 7 p.m. In the Thief 

River Falls crty auditorium. 

CORRECTION 

A photo caption in the Northern 
Watch Friday staled that $180,000 
for a machinery building at the 
Pioneer Village in Thief River Falls 
was given by Ralph Engelstad in 
recognition of his father, Pcder 
Engelstad. A pioneer Pennington 
county farmer, Pcder was Ralph's 
grandfather, not father. 




WE Feit opens Friday, Aug. 7 
with its tenth anniversary. Twelve 
big-name country singers and bands 
are acheduled io perform at the three 
day event wmch runs until Sunday, 
Aug. 9. 

WE Fest is located at the Soo 
Pais Ranch in Detroit Lakes. Its 
organt/en expect over 100.000 viai- 
Ion for the event. Ninety-su thou- 
sand people attended in 1991. The 
largest audience for a performer was 
last year's 38,000 crowd for Kenny 
Rogers. 

The country stars performing are 
Clint Black, Kathy Mattea, Alaba- 
ma, Emmylou Harris, Charlie 
Daniels Band, Mary-Chapin Car- 
penter, Travis Trio, Lorrie Morgan, 
Restless Heart. Suzy Bogguss, 
Many Stuart and Michael Johnson. 

Thirteen regional musicians will 
also perform during the WE Fest 
celebrations. 

Tom Kan, a night club DJ. in the 
Twin Cities, will emcee the event. 
Pop Wagner will assist. Wagner 



performs folk music, tells tales and 
performs Lanat tncks. 

A new feature to the concerts is 
the "JumboTron." a 27 feel wide 
and 20 feet high display screen 
which will project the perfor- 
mances. 

The five campgrounds surround- 
ing the ranch can accommodate an 
estimated 23.000 campers. A sixth 
campground it opening to accom- 
modate the large number of requests 
forcamptng permits. 

The camping is primitive and 
electrical hookups arc not included. 
Camping permits are sold per camp- 
ing unit. All of the campgrounds 
have a 2 a_m. "excessive noise cur- 
few." 

Patrons may buy food at the con- 
cession areas and merchandise, such 
as western clothingr may be pur- 
chased on the concert site. 

A three-day ticket for the event 
costs $50 if bought at a ticket outlet. 
A ticket at the gate costs $60. 



Granum, Naomi Peterson and Ellen 
Spray of Thief River Falls. 
Olga Larson, a teacher at North 
- Slar-Collegeand wife- of-thc. prcsU- 
dent of ihe college. Rev. A. A. Lar- 
son; was the honored guest. Schol- 
arships are given by the alumni in 
her name to Our Savior's Academy 
students. Larson will be 100 years 
old in October. 

Larson spoke to the alumni 
stressing, prayer, and gave a method 
of praying based on one's hand. In 
this method the thumb represents 
prayer for relatives; the pointer fin- 
ger-represenLs prayer for strength to 
do the day's tasks;>ihc long finger is 
for the pastor, churches, and govern- 
ment: Lac ring finger is Tor all sick, 
maimed and hungry; and the little 
finger is for the person saying the 
prayer. 



The Rev. Ernie Mandni 

Mancini to 
speak at aging 
conference 

The Rev. Emic Mancini, director 
of alumni relations at Concordia 
College, will discuss "Classic and 
■ Classy Acts" at the Northwest Area 
Agency on Aging 18th Annual Fall 
Conference on Aging at the Univer- 
sity of Minnesota, Crookston on 
Aug. 20. 

Mancini will discuss the acts of 
assistance seniors contribute to their 
families, friends and communities 
and encourage a renewed commit- 
ment to helping people live inde- 
pendently. 

Northwest AAA is one of four- 
teen in Minnesota that receive fed- 
eral Older Americans Act fund 
through the Minnesota Board on 
Aging to support dignity and inde- 
pendent living for seniors through 
planning and program development 
activities. 

Northwest Regional Development 
Commission, Thief River Falls, is 
the local sponsor and supports the 
AAA with local tax dollars. 

Stephen 'Flea 
Market Circus 
Days' this week 

Stephen Ciy.ic and Commerce 
association is sponsoring "Flea 
Market Circus Days" this week 
with events starting Thursday and 
continuing through Sunday. 

Events include a community the- 
atre production at 7 p.m, Thursday 
through Sunday plus a 2 p.m. man- 
ncc Sunday; 2 on 2 basketball tour- 
nament with area athletes invited to 
participaic', five-mile and 1.3 mile 
Stephen Sizzlcr races, chicken 
shaat.-kiddic.paradc.at II a.m. 
Saturday, petting zoo, Arctic Litcs 
gymnastics show, children's- games, 
horseshoes, beer garden. Bingo, pic 
and ice cream social, steak fry. 
dances, and on Sunday a pancake 
-breokfast^ 

{Sec the advertisement in today's 
issue of The Times for more 
details.) 

Camping facilities arc available 
in Stephen and at Marshall County 
Park at Florian, cast of Stephen. 

Carver to show 
items at Warren 

W. W. Wrolson of Warren will 
display some of his carved decoys, 
birds and caricatures Sunday. July 
26, ut Settler's Square on the 
Marshall county fairgrounds in 
Warren. The public is invited. The 
museum is open Sundays from 
noon to 4 p.m. 



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irr.-m* Jon NeUpn. 
*•■.' -. if-cling M in a 55 

.',-:. *> >"> line. V* HO tur- 
.• M' M> court cents: Dennis 
i StruU. Thief Ri>er rails. 
■n* j!:er rc\r\ation. SN^ fine, 

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it^jri null. I>a»n Wrrip [Vr<«in. 
Hr.l I ale r alh. o.rr .rrtrr^r. 
*fO '•li l.ne. U V.1 .^r-.arrr. %^ 
li'uil u'Ui, I linn V*-!,ir.J I n.l 
•in. Kcmincitm. (preii.-r; Wl m ■ 
5* mph r.mc. «.<■• (.-v. S- .V .t*- 
ch*tc **1 ' *-<K»un „i>*ei. 

Vtvhjel John An-K-hrrj . rkmnJ 
ji. o»er registered r.ron meight 
M.XO [x^jrvh. S?m Irftc. VU tur 
chaise, ^* *" n I'HiM i««». Duane 
Emn (iumftpn. Nc»foldcn. 
speeding M in a ** mph rone. 
SU M> (inc. V> ^unbarcc. Si: 50 
court ui\H; Monte 1 r>u Johnson, 
Roseau, (needing r>*> in a 55 mph 
rone. SU.KO line. Sn surcharge, 
$12 50 court emu. John William 
Rahn, Thief River Falls, sr-ccdins 
65 in i 55 mph rone. $33.80 fine. 
$6 surcharge. $12.50 court cents; 
Bnan Gregory Sandahl, Thief Rivet 
Falls, speeding 69 in a 55 mph 
rone. $35 fine. $4.80 surcharge. 



Tilrf Ri»rr rails polk. 
dV*»art*»r*>t tain Valatt iVnmn 
Carpentrr. Th.rl Hun T »llt. n. 
•rat hell. J,:* f.r.-. Mnh»fl I lm 
VMw*. Thrf Kurt F«:it. rfmmi 
after rrwc*t**i. ilnMinr. $12 <wr 
charjtc, $7.50 court .puv. 10 d*v 
in jail siajcd tor one \eu, Am* 
Linnac Lnrt\ Tlsier River f aJlc, r-> 
»eai belt. $25 (me. John Armrw*? 
Melton. Thief Run I alls, dnvmr 
after tuipcnsinn. $'(<0 f.nr. 5'r- 
lurchafjte. $7 5U tcuri iom, 1' 
day* in >nl «a>rd ft* <«v N-ean 

Paul W»afd C.vilin. Willnnyi. 
ND. no teal hell. 525 fine; John 
Martin Connelly. Mmnetonki. 
speeding 45 in a >5 mph ;ixk, $40 
fine. $4 80 wrcha/pe. S7.50 coun 
com. Trent Allan htihoff. Thief 
River Fall*. i!nordetl\ conduct. 
S 100 fine. S2G *urcnari;e. $7. St) 
coun ctnu; Jo*er>h I>oniel \kCnr». 
Thief River Fall*, Icj^ing [he »ccnc 
of an accident. S200 fine. $100 



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V.*i 1^-n.l. 7>.-f Hi.rr (ill., fifth 
,Vrrrr aiu^I. \M' line. 5.M iuf 
iK*rpe. $7 *(l m.n mm, *• ' i'.»y 

MiBatnaU d>p»tt»»»t of n*l- 

■ ral rfiovrtr ta«ri: DjmiI I 
Dahkfi. CVcxxliiiirp. rxjmin|T »>th 
out a permil. S''*- fine. $:<> tur- 
thjrj:r. $12 Vlm;:i nKji 

Plummer 

B>rVidiy to* Kmny 

An »nd Ant Fto.l»nd ••'• iJnnn 
3j««» en Gofnl*y *t f>« TW* FroJand 
horn* honoring K«rry rro^and't t>rtti 
dair 5h« mi ly;m# lof th« •••*»rid 
from Elfandal*. NO. tanir* »h» li 

John Gr»#n*.-Md of Uouncfiv<««, 
FWk and fjonru* &»#n«aJd cl Gucy. 
■t>0 had coin* (« ffi*i' dait t»ijnion 
l»fl lof !)>•'' htm»» on Sunday 



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FIXTURES FOR SALE— INCLUDING ALL 

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Ingrid Morken 
in program for 
young scholars 



InfnJ Mnrirn. daufhirr of 
hmd arvl ^Ur> M.»krn <-4 Thirl 
Rnnr 1 alii, it i«k of 20 atavVmi 
ti!t> talrnird hijh *t hool torAo 
rmwr* arxl run»ofi na/ik ipatmi; in 
the fifih National Vieixc founda- 
tion (SSI 1 Younj; Scholar! pro- 
pam at the l'nner»ity of Wucoo- 
un Sunrnor 

In addition to Minnetoia » n| l 
Wiunntm. tutet rernetcnted by 
Mudenn in the propram include 
California. Nonh Daiou. f*cnn()l- , 
vanm, Te»*» and Ne» York. 

The program it called 'Model- 
ing Acid Depomion* and deal* 
*ith acid rain. It it designed to 
mcreatc the participant!' know- 
ledge of and exposure to tcience 
and mathematics and stimulate 
tntercu in science dnctplmei ai 
po*tihle career choicri. 

"The program alto increase* nu- 
dent awarcnesi of the academic 
preparation ncceisary for Kience 
careers,* jutes Dr. Francu Florev. 
director of the program. *lt 
acquaints the students with the 
environment and resources of uni- 
versities and contributes to studenu' 
confidence in their ability to make 
career decisions." 

Focusing on acid rain, students 
learn chemistry, biology, applied 
mathematics and computer model- 
ing through a combination of class- 
room and laboratory experiences, 
field trips and special guest lec- 
tures. 

Field trips include a visit to 
Superior's Midwest Energy low sul- 
fur coal facility, a (our of the Clay 



rioi«rll po«ff plant near (Wand 
R«r*l« «rv] a t»i>.li* tampinr trip 
war »v..1 lenuinc iaket in Vilai 



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Saix-nil AtrrviipSfrii. l>rp<>viUofl 
Progtim • ne il Tioul lake lo 
ohtci «T ho» dau it gMhrrrd 

Tung ihn daia. they »**k in 
g:foupt of lour »ilh tenior ttaff 
member* to develop a predictive 
model f(» at id ram bavxl on chemi- 
cal componrnti tuch at sulphate, 
nitrate, cakium and ammonium." 
Dr ITorr* added 

They Uudy *ilh a chemistry 
profettor to gain the background 
nccetury to understand the data 
that n being modeled and with a 
Nology prolewr and rrvarch sci- 
entiu to learn the environmental 
effetltof acid rain 

Siudentt leam the multiple linear 
rcgrc^ion techniques and computer 
modeling to develop their own 
models, and during the fifth and 
final week of the program they 
have an opportunity to explain and 
defend their models to the Half and 
other students. 

These arc bright, highly moti- 
vated students and a pleasure to 
work with," Dr. Florey said. "Wc 
try lo make this a positive experi- 
ence that the students will carry 
with them throughout their lives. 
These are the types of students thai 
will assure this country remains in 
the forefront of science and tech- 
nology.* 

Dr. Florey said that the NSF has 
funded the program at the Univer- 
sity of Wisconsin for well over 
$250,000 since 1988. 



Brooks 



Mri. Donna Jan* Glby. Mr*. Tennis 
Loftoux of Grand Fork*. NO, and Mra. 
Mutiny Eilm ol Couiuiiu liltuid. VYA. 
vtstiad with tholr aunt and aiitar-ln-law. 
Mra. Mabfa Saoourtn on Wadrwtday. 

On Monday Wlllard Hlnc* ol Thlaf 
Rrvar Foil). Rick Orovs, Rusull Hlne« 
and RusiatI Noyas visitad Mrs. UUlon 
Hlnca. 

On Monday and Tunday Mra. Myr- 
tle Hamrum and alaltr, Mra. Hilda 
Quaala ol Gully, vfaltad their alstar-in- 
law. Mrs. Theodora Frana at Atwatar. 
and also a nloca. Mrs. Mary Pinlca and 
baby GJnna, of Chlcapo. IL. 

On Tuasday Mr*. Veronica Boucher, 
and Mrs. Pearl Lonlel attended The Red 
Lake County Board on Aging In Oklee. 

Mr. and Mra. Joe Parenteau and 
boys left on Monday for their home In 
Vancouver. WA, after spending their 
holiday wWi his parents, the Aural Par- 
enteau*. 

Thursday forenoon guest of Mr*. 
Pearl Lonlel were Mrs. Joonn Oeloge, 
Mrs. Dorothy Myhre, Mra. VI Gagner, 
Mrs. -Mary Riendeau, Mrs, Myrtle Ham- 
rum, and Mrs. Mary Jane Paradis. 

Sunday July 5th, Mr. and Mrs. Del 
Determan and family were dinner 
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Morlnville. 

Sr. Clarice of Grand Forks, has been 
enjoying her holiday with her mother, 
Mrs. Nettle Perreault, the paat iwo 
weeks. 

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Parenteau and 
Allsla left on Friday lor their home In 
Walla Walla, WA, after a week's holiday 
with his parents, Aural and Gloria Par- 
enteau and families. 

Mrs. Pearl Lonlel was a luncheon 
guest of her daughter, Mrs. Dolorls 
Grimm on Saturday. 

Mr. and Mrs.. Arthur Gagner visited 
with his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Robert 
Gagner, residents ol the Hlteoat Nurs- 
ing Home In Red Lake Foils on Sun- 
day. 

On Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Sherlln 
Grove, Mrs. Barb Slover, Mrs. Mable 
Sabourln, Mrs. George Burthwlck, 
John, Daniel, and Tracy of Oklee, visit- 
ed with Mrs. UHEan HInco. 



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Ronnie Paradis and brother, Don 
Paradis, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Paradis 
.UiudbJ u Puiuilii [jitiily iuuii;d;i IilIu 
In Chlsholm over the weekend. 

Sarah, daughter ol Jack and Anita 
Matt I ion accompanied her grandpar- 
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Novak Sr. to 
Minot. ND. after a four-weak visit here. 
Sarah remained home and brother, 
Adam, returned wrth his grandparent*, 
for the re*t of the summer. 

The Brooks Community Club held 
their annual picnic Sunday afternoon 
and evening potluck In the Brooks Park 
with a large gathering. Softball and vol- 
leyball was enjoyed, and also the now 
playground by the younostors. 

The Brooks Birthday Club held their 
annual picnic on Thursday in the St. 
Joseph hall because of the rain, with 
Russell Noyes, Harvey and Mary Rien- 
deau, Steve Asaeiln, Fred and Dolores 
Berberlch, Mable Sabourln, Nora 
Deloge, Pearl Lonlel, Lilian HInco, Myr- 
tle Hamrum, Dorothy Myhre and Harriet 
Perreault answering roll call. Cords and 
games were played throughout the 
afternoon. 

Rod and Chariene Myhre were Sun- 
day afternoon and evening dinner 
guests of his mother, Mrs. Dorothy 
Myhre. 

Mrs. Jeanne Grammar of Crookston 
was a Sunday afternoon guest of her - 
brother, Aurel and Gloria Parenteau. 

Del Determan, Jess and Brad, and 
his father. Ivo Determan of Marshall, 
and Tom Radnlecki of Oklee spent the 
weekend fishing at the Lake of the 
Woods. Ivo left for his home Monday 
afternoon. 

Amle and Pom Paradis and children, 
Ryan, Chelsoy and Ethan, Kevin and 
VIckJ Yaggeo and children. Adam, Alex 
and Aaron, Hold! Paradis joined with 
Wayne and Monica Hoovestol, Hannah 
and Joseph of Minneapolis spent the 
weekend at the Falrhlll Resort at 
Detroit Lakes.' 

Bob Wiess and Chris Johnson of 
California, visited their grandmother, 
Mrs. Nora Delage on Sunday as they 
are touring the states. 



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Other team members were Bill 
Robson, Rob Robson, Mirk 
Daniels. Brian Goodwin, John 
St Marie, Chris Thompson and 
Steve Gillespie. 

Kennel club 
fun match is 
Sun., Aug. 16 

Annual fun match of the Thief 
River Falls Kennel club will be 
' held Sunday, August 16. at the 
Pennington county fairgrounds in 
Thief River Fulls. Registration 
begins at 10 a.m. and judging at 11 
a.m. with a registration fee of $4 
per dog. 

Conformation competition is 
nffrrrrt for rcfisterrd dops and 
showmanship competition is 
offered for all ugc groups. 

Obedience competition includes 
a pre-beginners class for dogs with- 
out formal training and various 
classes in beginner, novice, open 
and utility arc offered. Mixed 
breeds of dogs may be entered in 
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ia r»-:*i »r »/v™j «•*•»■) pc«i#*» 

'-<•«: t»- ~^m? ■ ••«i»Tg about Mian* 
•-• V-atr *-» .'-- i * '-M+*t** Uabae 
;»,• ■'• tm-.-r^ri r*an*a* t 'aoort 
* v a -•■! -■**•• -^ » A-jrjutl l'fi a*. Cta 

'•x-* c' s"»_.-a C»:M and t* rtJ 
:»' i 'ac-J-a aicAarvja Eacf. on* ■»> 
"ijra »£■—•"-. .-13 tsr tcv^» Tha e^*r- 
■oc *ai t^*~r a.tcr-ig tor>ej mora and 
.■tV»5 na-ar Tcran and J**uaa "fare 

j-vj' jL.nn ate 

F-crf and DaEna Hansen ratumad 
■aca~r t Kcf^ a ff>p to Uonffose. CO. 
•hara ^ay vartad tanti the Jarl Haneon 
•a™ r Tha* grandson. Prealon Han- 



l> »r X, r*******! and Ctaaorea 
Par.Ti lafl tin a trtai to aev*>arn Um 
n*>ar«* and •*•••« Ajattanl r rt — .il 
at M W.«o **d O&odhua Thay 
'*nalNnnion Ju»r 10 

On r*d*y Orv»e and Utw Ba»*n 
anandcd »*• Martha*- County la* tn 
Wmfran 

On Wednesday ifiamoon Wanda 
L •*•*** erf The* fKw Fata. t>*> and 
TSakrai Nmi and 5a*nar &rtar v>e*.ad 
•efi Tyyr* Sonar at tve Hafccft nkrt- 

On Sunday aAamoon Clara J Raaar. 
ton am* a auppar gu**i al the Vam 
and Majlna rU araon homa 

On Wadnaiday ahemoon Joyce 
Darah. Eaaoe lamon. Luvem tamer 
and Marton Davidson wara coffee 
□uaera and vtattan al th* Rudy Cnrt* 
laneonhom* 

Uda irvrwi tp*nt Tn* weekend at 
Warroad vHia-g w*n n*r daw/rtar. Joy 

On Wadn*ad*y morninq Ekoy and 
Carat Danrt vara oofla* puaarj at t* 
rViaban Dantshom*. 






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Parrvngim C*vr*f <*•* TN^ trtu^a 
Itarr ■■ hof»a on r*jtdair and toa»r 
aaandad f*a WarahaJ 0:"J-^r 'a* 

0*» Wa«na«day »'i»'«oo" O'vH 
nantl «m a brW ca*ar al t>a f*jatoan 
D«nM noma noQ« and Ttavar Q*n« 
■•'• co^aa (iwaiit "i i*>a a»#'*"»rj 
jr>n6anQ waa i^tto 

On arKJay &«*-ia# &orta» waa a oVv 
nm gwart at r* (Vfsart luo»o hona 

On Uondar avam^g [Vcr and Cart* 
Banll *anad at t>a Orvta Danrt Nma 

Wandafl and OaipN-a Swan wara 
■aafcand gjaati 1 TSa hor-* o« V^anna 
CVondart, and atoo aSandad t>a Swan 



Patar and Fiancei Oariiawthl 
■Bandad »»a Panranclon Otxmff Fair a> 
Trial F»vw Fait on SoneJajr 

Dada Rood wai a Uonday aj^d 
TuhJt ovatr*/*: vWU •* Jarrt and 
DproVw Rood 

On Sunday aflarnoon a birthday 
parry waj hatd kar Twoyaar e*d Saan. 
at rta JaO Pyta noma Enr^g • *•• 
atom auppar and ha^plnp 5aan eal*- 
brala hla btrlhday vara Mr. and Ura. 
UylM Hogbarg and chidran of Naw- 



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<ta-»*t Hwwm I* W«"oarl 'Wd am* 
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>**->*.^ r/ t*m-..»a CXI. ( aH artrt Jao 
Ma-.v'* a"»1 ^aan I tap-w'i Jat aid 
Cagjf r*»^* and FVmar|i 

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OfV'l and AJ'aan Dan'n kno-ipi 
« ad fcr Eida K-x^»on o* TKa* l\va» 
Fatit (j>anl lha waatand at **a Royal 
Kr>«»nn catan al t»— ^ arr y Lafca 

>V*>ari and Ju>a RogaAa. Danrar. 
Jaarw and JonJa o« Onan**. Da**d and 
Ka^ny Scnararu tnailad arift Era'yi 
r*fwartl Sa\rday noon. 

On Ti>a*d*y Hagar and Karan Danttt 
vara tnaf c*»*ri at f%a Rwaoan DanH 

On Friday E"oy and Carol DanJtl 
anandad r»a UanNafl CowTty Fat- m 
Wan an 

5>dnay Engitiom «n a Sunday 

RudyC 

Ut. and Ura. Jaaaa Skaaran of Thiat 
R/var Fait wara caflara at tha Patar 
OanuawakJ homa on Tuaaday. 

On Gamrday aftarnoon Earl and Jan 
Hanaon atlandad tha Uarahal County 
Fmt ki Wwran. Utar thay vttJtad witfi 
Uorrta and Evta Sands In Warran. 

On Wadnatday Ban and Halan 
Garffwa and LkU Inman vraltad al tha 
Jay Gartxrt homa. 

On Saturday allarnoon Ruaoan and 
Oatmat Banirt anandad tha MartnaK 
County Fair tn Warran, tn tha waning 
thay braught birthday gr aaMngi to tiaa 
daughtar. Backy Jonnaon, In Thlat 
Rrvar Fals. and aiao anandad tha Pan- 
rangton County Fair. 

On Friday Myron and Gladys Sonar. 
Joa To/an and Satmar Sonar anandad 
tha Uanhafl County Fair. 

Paitor Linton Lundin of tha Ffaa 
dxrcfi In TNW Rrvar Falla vltJtad wt* 
Kilma Johnaon on Wadnaiday aftar- 
noon. Latar ha wat a lunch guaai«t 
tha Earl Han ton homa. 

Jody, Brad and Branda Lunka vlatiad 
at tha Jay Garth ui homa during tha 
w-aak. 

On Wadnaiday Marga Stainnauar 
and Patty Klammatson vliltad at tha 
Orvli Banftt homa. 

On Sunday Ruaban and Datorai 
Banln attandad tha 40th annrvartary 
for Ervtn and Paarl Johnson al Rosa- 
wood. 

On Saturday Salmar Sortar vlsltad 
with Tyyna Sortar at tha Hallock Nurs- 
ing Homa. 



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KJrt and Jontea ason and famlry of 
South Milwaukaa, Wl. antvad on Satur- 
day to visit with Bob and Joann 
Oalaga. 

Mrs. Shannon Knutson and llttla 
Sath of SL' Cloud arrivad on Sunday to 
visit with har parants, Dick and Judy 
Olson. 

Mr. and Mrs. Tim Hlnca and daugh- 
tar, Koytaa of Minneapolis, Mrs. EWn- 
gollns Qrova, MIchoDa Hlnca and Oar- 
rln Qrova ol Oktaa, and Mrs. Mabla 
Sabourin vjsrtad Mrs. Lillian Hlnca on 
Thursday. 

Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Paradls o( Ftoii- 
da, left tor Chlsholm alter two-waeka 
visiting with tha Paradls lamlUes. 

Fred and Tammla Paradis and 
Rhonda left tor their homa Saturday In 
Warroad, after their week's holiday with 
their parents. Bob and Joann Dotage, 
Mark and Donna Paradls of Terre- 
bonne, 

Mrs. Dlanne Qagner visited with 
Mrs. Paarl Lanlel and Mrs. Cindy 
Determan Wednesday forenoon. 




Larry and Gloria Lundstrom and thair ton Ltt Donovan of 
Srsiaton, SO, will appear at a "Haart to Haart" rally Thursday, 
Jury 30, at 7:30 p.m. at iha Auambry of God church in ThLtf Rfvar 
Falls. A frat will offering will ba racalvad. Tha Lundttromi 
peasant a musical packaga apptiling to all agaa and hava a 
"down to aarth" stvla of ministry, music and humor along wfth 
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Mark Hahrarson Dies 

Tragedy struck the VUung communi- 
ty Wednesday morning whan Mark 
Harvorson was ecoiderrSy kilad while at 
work. Arrangements are pending at tha 
time of this writing. Heartfeft sympathy 
is extended to tha bereaved ramify. 

Mr. and Mrs. Willis Johnson were 
Friday evening and overnight guests at 
the Virgil Fankhanel home In 
BamsvUla. Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Wills 
Johnson, together with Mr. and Mrs. 
Darrol Johnson of Cottage Qrova, Mr. 
and Mrs. Virgil Fankhana) ol Bamiville 
and Qreg Johnson of Orange, CA. 
anandad tha wedding lor Ann Olson to 
Chad Johnson, held at tha Ascension 
church In Bismarck, ND. Sunday 
evening the WHlis Johnsons vfshed at 
•Jie Hoi man Hauglvodl rutiuoncu u\ 
Hawiey. They returned home Sunday 
evening. 

Maynard and Batty Ranum and Lorl 
spent over July 4th In tha Twin City 
area spending the 4th with family mem- 
bers In Red Wing. Betty and Lorl partic- 
ipated In • training program for mis- 
sionary candidates forth* Evangelical 
Free church, while Maynard visited with 
relatives and friends, and on business. 
Maynard and Batty returned homa, 
whs* Lorl remained tn the cities. 

Saturday Harvey and Lucy Swenson 
attended the QerezewskJ and Mattson 
wedding at tha Eugene Qerszawskl 
farm homa of rural Warren. 

Evan and Sea Grahn of Georgia 
ware morning callers und had coffee 
Monday at the Leonard Larson homa. 

Ryan Nelson of Cam not on Is spend- 
ing some time here with nis grandpar- 
ents, Gene and Alice Nelson, also visit- 
ing at the Steven and Jeana Nelson 
home. 

Jayne Enckson of Alexandria spent 
the weekend at her parental home. 
Earl and Joyce Erickson. 

Sunday afternoon Mrs. Elsie Hodlk 
ol Thief River Fails visited and was a 



luncheon guest at the home ol Lloyd 
and Elaine Ranum. 

Mrs. Florence Borg of Newlolden 
was a Tuesday afternoon visitor at tha 
Runail and Clarice Flcoerg horn*. 

Saturday Joe and Stella Blawat 
ware overnight guails at the Bernla 
Henrfckson homa In Grand Forks. Gun- 
day morning they ware breakfast 
guests at the George Phelps home In 
Grand Forks. 

Friday Lucy Swenson was a morn- 
ing coffee guest at the Sybil and Lester 
Peterson noma in Newlolden, Irom 
there she went on to the Stephen and 
visited at the Theresa Nowackt home, 
and at noon Lucy and Theresa had 
their dinner at Marcle's Cole in 
Stephen. In the afternoon Lucy Swen- 
son visited and had coffee at the 
Sophie R7r7i>pnnskJ home ol Arpyie. 

Virgil and Marvin* Hjeila visited with 
Mrs. Llllle Flodstrom at the Oakland 
Park Home In Thlel Rfver Falls Sunday 
afternoon. 

Rodney and Carolyn Grondstrand ol 
Mable Plain were overnight guests 
Tuesday at the Melvln and Irene 
Grandstntnd home. , , , , *" 

Leonard Larson was a supper guest 
at the Bruce Larson home of rural Thlel 
River Falls Tuesday evening. 

Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Sustad returned 
homo Tuosday having spent a five day 
weekend at the Blue Water Covenant 
Bible camp near Grand Rapids. 
Enroute home they stopped In Plum- 
mer where they colled on Mr. and Mrs. 
Leonard Peterson and Art Johnson. 
Tuesday evening the Sustad s attended 
the Norwegian musical performance 
benefit at the Newlolden school gym. 

Tom and Debbie Price, Mitchell, 
Krlatl and Shawn Deo were Saturday 
evening visitors at the Clifton Price 
homo In Thlel River Falls. 

Ward and Barb Sinn of Thlel River 
Falls wore Sunday evening visitors at 
the Melvln and Irene Grondstrand 
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Impressions. .'. 

by 
B«th Johnson • 


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The race has txinri Prom the 
radio said trltviticn. froaa dw nram- 
psptrs and ma|aiir*es, coea« the 
promises and promisee and promis- 
es of oor rtraKtcntiaJ candidate*. By 
the lime NorrmNtri Ptrstckntial 
tloction it enrr. «T will have been 
inendatcd In the pobucaJ drama ol 
yet another hrskjenoal election. 

This put week, we listened u 
ihe Democratic candtdalej began 
their camnaJtn in earnest. The con- 
vention itself did not seem lo be 
rurortable. It seemed to be merely 
a formality. I w« reminded of the 
Democratic convention in Chicago 
in 1968 in which formttlly wai 
replaced by noting. I vws of the aje 
of the protetten of Ihil conven- 
tion — so wen* this year*! candidasti. 
Did we of that troubled era ever 
think that our generation would be 
party to a 'forms] " political conven- 
tion? Did we of that generation real- 
ize ifuf we would* one day be s part 
of the status qoo political parties? 
This year, as youth is a common 
ingredient in the Democratic candi- 
dates for our top elected offices, we 
can but wonder what, if anything, 
has changed. 

I listened lo (he speeches of the 
Democratic candidates as ihey 
accepted their party's nomination 
for President and Vice President. 
One speech was more enthusiastic, 
people inspiring, voter inspiring. 
The other speech was more difficult 
lo listen (o and become inspired. 
Both speeches promised actions and 
results to the actions. Both speeches 
spoke of inaction and broken 
promises by the current governing 
party. 

As I listened, I wondered if all 
political candidates really think that 
(he public is as dumb as they must 
think we are. Do Ihey not know that 
we have minds? Do they not know 
thai we know thai Ihey will most 
likely not keep (heir promises? Do 
they nnl Irnnw (hat we know how 
difficult i( will be for them to be 
able to accomplish all that they 
think they can accomplish? 

We, the public are not dumb. We 
sec (hat governments fall. We see 
our government fails us dally. Wc 
see tno compromising which is con- 
tinually in evidence so that all polit- 
ical parties and interests and lobby- 



ing group* can grt somtlhing of 
what their partkelar group needs. 
We know that the promi*t» made 
durutg a campaip will most likely 
tcraokxn. 

The politicians must be over- 
whclaied at (he helplessness they 
most feel when r^^ronoiig the har- 
dens of oar aociety, How will they 
truly balance Ihe bodiet and also 
see that our national defense is 
strong and also tee that Imic chil- 
dren gel fed and people are 
employed? How truly will they 
solve the social issues of homeless- 
ness and abortion? The politicians 
must be overwhelmed bv the faith 
and trust we the people need lo 
place In (hem so mat somehow just 
a tittle bet will be scranpushed. 

So, if pollticisns sre over- 
whelmed by Ihe impossible task 
they face and if they are over- 
whelmed by the enormous problems 
our coontry Uces, what can ihey do 
to convince Ihe public thai their 
ways are better than (heir oppo- 
nents? We the public are tired of 
promises and more promises. Wc 
know that Ihey will be broken. How 
can we be convinced (hat a candi- 
date is the better one for which we 
should vote? 

The answer is also not simple. 
The answer actually started long 
before the campaign. The qualities 
of honesty, integrity, hard work and 
stability are but a few of the quali- 
ties we as a public will be searching 
for in our candidates. We will also 
be searching for consistency in life 
styles and work styles. We will be 
watching the actions, and not 
always listening to the words of the 
candidates. We will be reading and 
listening to informed sources about 
the candidates' past accomplish- 
ments. 

In the end. each candidate will be 
judged by each voting individual as 
to his merit for the position. Fancy 
words and lots of promises arc not 
what we the public wanL We want 
someone who perhaps has the 
integrity to take a bit of time to 
make sure that among the myraid of 
promises, the Scripture he quotes is 
quoted accurately. Integrity, accura- 
cy, honesty, will speak louder than 
yet another promise. 



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Arlt Family Reunion 
—The Arlt larnUy enjoyed a reunion on 
June 27th at tha home ol Evelyn Ulrlch 
ol rural Red Lake Falls. AtterKSng war* 
Mrs. Gladys Arlt of Newton, IA, Norman 
Aanenson ol Ada, Mr. and Mrs. Art Art 
olMorgan, Mr, and Mrs. Vem Cormlcan 
of Euclid, Mr. and Mrs. Uoyd Arlt of 
Coon Rapids, Mr. and Mra. Ami* Arlt of 
Plummer, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Martini, 
Krlaty and Kevin ol BemldJI. Mrs. 
Relnetta Cory, Shawn, Mike and Aron 
ol Thlel River Foils, and Butch Engen 
qlNewfoklen. . . 

Dawn, Randy, Amanda, Kyis and 
. Cassandra Stenvtk ol Bejou were Fri- 
day supper guests at the Dwlght 
Howard Home on the evening of July 4. 
Richard and Deborah Pederson 
arrived at tha horn* ol his parants, 
Dorothy and Ernie Pederson on Jury 3. 
They attended his class reunion, the 
celebration In Plummer and on Sunday 
they all attended a potluck get-together 
of relatives at tha Helmer Pederson 
home In BemldJI, Richard and Deborah 
returned to their homa In Walerford, 
Wl, on the 8th. 



Enjoying a family picnic at the home 
ol Brent and Unda Hemly on July 4th 
were Bob and Marie Hemly Irom Ohio, 
Ed and Edna Fehr ol Minneapolis, 
Lucille Hemly and a friend, Charles 
Fisher, Tom, Branda and Korbi Fisher 
of Thief River FaHs, Jim Fisher of CeJl- 
fomla, Ray, Marilyn, Emily,- Erica and 
Ryan Fisher ol Plummer, Dave, Snarl, 
Jessica and Cnrissa 'Fisher of 
Chlsholm, Harvey Fisher of Newlolden. 
Jon, Diane and Michael Anderson ol 
Twin Valley, Kenny. Heidi and Katrina . 
Fisher of Grand Forks, Bob and Bonnie 
Vldlund ol Minneapolis. Helen and 
John Fisher ol Plummer. 

Mr. and Mrs.- Robert Carlson and 
family of Moorhead ware weekend 
guests over the 4th at his parents, the ' 
Burton Carlson's, 

Brenda, Dean and Morgan Dixon of 
Lake 6t. Croix Beach, wer* July 4th 
weekend Quests at tha Dwlght Howard 
home. Brenda had her tO-year class 
reunion at the Third Bos* In Brooks on 
Saturday evening. 

Dinner and supper guests at the 
Howard home on the 4tn war* Can*. 
Roselln and Tory Platruazewakl of 
Arayle. Eddie and Helen PletruszewsW 
ol Stephen, Brenda, Dean and Morgan 

Mr.' and Mrs. Bay WW from Florida, 
former residents of Plummer spent 
soma time her* over the 4th. They 
were houseguests ol their daughter, 
Teresa Hagman ol TWef FUy*rFafle. 

Supper guests A th* Merlin Carlson 
home on the 4th wer* Dale, Lisa and 
Daniel Carlson ol Owatonna, Roger 
-arTdMtr*Bll*-Cari*onorrtosejUTHoy 
and Eleanor Steltz, Paul and Jason 
Cater, Joyce and Burton Cartson. . 

Deb and David Carlson and Scott 
Ore alls went to Lake Vermillion over 
the weekend where they visited at th* 
: homa ol June and Jerry Robblns. 




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Miss Thitf Rlvtr Falls contestants eonfarrad with Dr. Charles 
Samutrson prior to ma kino th#lr ••faction tor tha Qu ea rn s* Trophy 
Saturday during the chslf cook-off for Western Wert in Thasf Rhnsr 
Falla. Candidates (left to right) are Mya Gunderson, Lynnae 
Stolen, Celeste Bfsrken. Michcse Boost, Rynae Heuoan and Kari 
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Ur. and Mrs. Lyle SUhauvtatZ Spent 
th* Fourth ol Jury at RoosevaH al the 
Fl*e Market and ware supper guests 
at tha AJvtn Ravrtdafan homa. and visit- 
ed wnh Gladys Larson of Mound. 

Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Jual Aun* 
and GJaon via/tad at tha Lavame Auna 
home at Orygta. 

Last weak Mr. and Mrs. Reuben 
Engevik attended the Marshall County 
Fair at Warren. 

Mrs. Alan Qessner. Mardella 
Shager, and Cindy Yates ol BumsvUe 
spent th* weekend at th* Shager farm 
on Bu sines s. 

Mrs. Art KofcJen and Bruce ol Middle 
River visited on Friday aftarnoon at tha 
ChesOe Ruud home. 

Helen Toran. Eunice Korpl, end 
Chris Veselka of Middle River visited 
on Sunday aftarnoon at the Gene 
Engen home, and latar Linda and th* 
guests drove to the Ronnie Klesow 
horn* near Goodridge. 

Senior Citizens met on Wednesday 
with Karyl Larson presiding at th* busi- 
ness meeting. Jobs and food prepara- 
tion were discussed lor their annual 
dinner and craft sale on July 26 at 
noon. Everyone Is welcome. Walter 
served lunch and Edith Blahauvleti 
won the door prize. 

Those enjoying a potluck picnic at 
the Tony VonEnde homa near Badger 
on Saturday were Sanford Klamar and 
Rachaei ol Roseau, Mrs. Jim Mathany, 
Courtney. Chris and Kyle of 
Houiii&viHc, iCT, l/tt. Mail. Goodwin. 
Luther. Bill, Jack and Meriln ol Priest 
Lake. ID, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Klamar. 
Mr. and Mrs. Brent Klamar. Kody, 
Shawn and Stephanie, Mr. and Mrs. 
Paul Klamar and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford 
Klamar and Karl a. 

Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs. 
Chesile Ruud brought supper and visit- 
ed at the Russell Franzman home ol 



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On Sunday July Sth, Randy and 
Amanda Stenvtk of Bejou took part In 
tha hors* show InPIummer. They were 
Sunday visitors at the Howard horn* as 
weO, and returned to Bejou on Sunday 
afternoon. 

Emilia Skjerven, Melanle- and Joey 
Parisa of Brooklyn Pork, Tim Erickson 
and Andrew Lalller olMlddleton. CO. 
were Monday visitors at the home of 
Howard and Margaret QreenwakJ. 

Dr. and Mrs. Andy Mostsy ol Hunt- 
ington Beach, CA, visited on Tuesday 
and Wednesday at th* Home ol Kern 
and Alice -Tillman, and wer* overnight 
guests. ' * 

Cindy, Amy and Rosa Arlt, Ann, : 
Justin and Jeana Rswertz, and Mrs. 
Walter Katschke, left by plans last 
week (or Indiana to visit relatives and 
attend a famlry reunion. 

Ladle* Groups U*et 

The Martha drde met at the church 
last Wednesday afternoon with Avis 
EroHand leading the study. Fern Eskeil 
conducted the business and Bernlco 
Peterson was th* hostess for th* after- 
noon. Th* church picnic to b* held on 
July 26th was discussed, also the flow- 
er bed car*. 

Tha Presbyterian Lod|e s Aid met at 
th* home ol Alice Tillman on Wednes- 
day afternoon. Ruth Wllkens presided . 
at th* meeting and there was a guest, 
Glenyos Harrington of St'PauIr 

Tha Redeemer Ladles Aid mot at 
their church on Thursday alternoon 
with President F*m Hesse conducting 
th* meeting. WItma Arlt was the host- 
ess and provided lunch. 

The Hop* drcls met on Wednesday 
a week later at Emllie Skjerven's home. 
Haz*l tad the study, Rebecca Wlllett 
conducted the meeting and Emilia 
served lunch. 

Tha Sarah drde meeting was held 
at the home of Rosemary Eskeil last 
Thursday afternoon. Bertha Hughes 
led the study and Bunny DuChomp 
was In charge ol th* business. 

The Mary Elizabeth circle met on 
Wednesday ev*nlng th* 15th, with 
Ann* Traxler as hostess. Card* Wright 
gave th* lesson and Deb DuChamp 
conducted the business. 

Bridal Shower . 
Angle Enflesether. who will soon 
becom* tha bride jaf Dennis Torketson , 
was honored with a brfdalshower on 
Thursday evening the Sth. at Immanuei 
church. Carole Wright presented the 
entertainment which Induded Introduc- 
tions, a guessing gome, readings and * 
th* origins of wedding traditions, and 
an original poem written tor Angle by 
Carole. The bride opened her gifts, 
assisted by her mother, Wanda Wilson, 
future. moth*r-In4aw, Mabel Torkelson, 
snd future slstoMn-taw, Joy Hlnc*. The 
Mary Elizabeth clrde hod hosted the 
"*VBrrr,-anrJ*ervBd lunch before tha pro- - 
gram.' 

IdeUa Rewertz visited Blanche and 
■Oscar Brown, and Doris Stromberg In 
Thlel River Falls on Thursday after- 
noortr 



rt Grygla on Sunday, 
and later were visitors at the Lover no 
Aune home with Mr. and Mrs. Clayton 
Carlson ol Thief River Falls. Mr. and 
Mrs. Fred Paulson ol Siren, Wl, and 
Glenn Aune. 

Mr. and Mrs. Gene Engen spent the 
Fourth of July at Plummer and 
Goodridge. 

. Nathan Engevik, Johann and Katie 
ol Roseau visited on Monday at the 
Rueben Engevik home. Johann and 
Kara Anderson are helping at the 
Engevik home. 

Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Blohauvi- 



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Warroad. Gladys Larson of Mound 
accompanied tham home and Mark 
Ra.ndAlan ptckad her up on Monday 
and th*y re&jmed » Muvvaepols. 

Saturday Mr. and Ura. Cheafie Ruud 
vit-iad at th* Shager horn* 

UoncUy evening Mr. and Mrs. Juei 
Auia vti.iad al tha Greg Hams homa in 
Tr«»f R,vw Fans. 

Mr». Tom Caiey ol Long Prairie 
spant Tuaiday and Wednesday visrting 
wtfi her grandrnothar. Evelyn Sevens, 
and also visited at 8ie Zona Pain*. Law 
Wi:aca and Alan Severn homes. 

Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. 
Cans Peterson visited al the Dale 
Peterson home A Badger. 

Mr. and Mrs. Ray Scon and Preston 
ol Crookston spent th* weekend at the 
Eugene Polaniky home, and they 
attended Cindy's 10th year class 
reunion at Grygla. 

Mr. and Mrs. Chesiie Ruud. Walter 
Lunsetter. Mrs. Alan Gessner, MaroeOa 
Shorjer and Cindy Yates enjoyed 
breakfast on Sunday at the Gatzke 
Cola. 

Evelyn Sevens and Mr. and Mrs. 
Alan Sevens ware colfe* guests on Fri- 
day and Saturday at the Gordon Hill 
home at Long Prairie. 

Thursday allarnoon Mr. and Mrs. 
Gen* Peterson visited with Alma Wag- 
ner and the Gary Petersons at Middle 
River. ' 

Mrs. Lyle Blahauvietz, Esther Dahl 
and Eunice Hagen were to th* Marshall 
County Fair at Warren on Sunday. 
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Polansky 

' spent Sunday In Breckenridge where 

■ Ihey attended Marge's aunt's 75 blrth- 

.day. 

f Wednesday Mrs. Lyle Blahauvleti 
visited with Art Johnson and Mable 
Lunsetter at the CNC. 

Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Gene Engen 
visited briefly at the Eddie Moe home 
near Grygla. 

Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. Chesiie 
Ruud visited at the Glenn Lunsetter 
home with Grace, who is recuperating 
after surgery. 

Recent visitors at the Gene Peter- 
son home have been Mrs. Bob Giffen 
of Hallock. Larry Peterson of Garrison, 
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Bratang and Jordan 
ol Roosevelt, My Inn Ruud, Mr. and 
Mrs. Rueben Brawl sy, Mr. and Mrs. 
Lyle Blahauvietz and Art Ruud. Thurs- 
day evening Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Blahau- 
vietz brought belated birthday wishes 
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Cam V-rm 
'.1,^1. Fl, ji .rirlinr l/l/vl- 
4/10.'g|. n. ir >r»H.nr. 0/1,-QO- 

li'it*-*!. n, ..-» .aii »f in i/i,*j:. 

II, unu : vhilJ de*elopmrn|. B. 

inlfime^uir ( lining ti-ml., RC. 

loi cloihinj puKhatcJ. B. health. 

pourr/oJk*; eth.M.GC. 

Kellv S»»win — Sheep iho»- 

manthip. GC: ticer after Vl/91. 

RC; calf ^/l.^l -1^31^1. GC; jr. 

yearlmp 1 >\y\ -4/MVJI. R; 2 yr, 

VI^n-X/11,-00. B; cow/calf afier 

lf\,**2. RC: -.elhen aflcr 1/1/92. 

GC; o>e LunS aflrr 1/1W. RC; ». 

beef slxim man dip. RC; 

R\an S»an\nn — Jr. \carling 

\/Wl-*f}l\^l. RC: cow/calf afier 

1/1^2. B; fuller thtiwm.-unhip (13 
and unJrr). H. horsemanship (13 
and urkJcr). B: »c\lem pleasure (13 
and under). B; western riding (13 
and under). W; trail class. (13 and 
under). B; jr. beef showmanihip. 
RC; 

Allyion Turslvcil— Clovcrbuds. 

r*. 

Heather Torsive it— Dairy calves 
9/1/9 l-2/2S/"92, R: dairy it. year- 



Kr»tli 

Al.,.a Haurrn Vr t |trdr« A 
lirfcli r\ »TT.!v'intrt i. n. frwu, OC 

Km J.*int.w» Arrti^Hcf mndrl 
a»x>l«rvt. RC 

Shine h*n*n {Icn-rtfwit, P~. 

SSa«n ),^nw»* Prtt. R; fiihini 
finiNii. R. pfK-Jojraphy unit 1 - 
bfjmnini. II, md drmnnitruion 
(f«h and cn-Tf t. B. 
kra:La4-Hcm 

.Sirphanir Johnaon— Pell. R. 
food for fun ■ beginner. B; food 
rd^rauon - bcjinner. R; food rrvw , 
B. ind dcmonttration. 3-5 grade i, 



Sick Nfl»on 
tardenitii t*g 

ii**3 for fu 

JVtflOI: 



for fun - he taw/. W 



ttt. B. fVr»Tr (ar 
df«ing beginning annuali. II. 
ntrdlf»nik knitted clothing. B. 
phf*>gTar*y unit I - begmnint. B. 

Liu Rfiertoo— Co»/calf after 
1/1/92. D; flower gardening ■ ;r 
NilhtV"" . D; food prraervation. 



Michelle L 
ouJ*.P; 

Lance Moe— Small rmi 
it. B. youth kadenhip. B; 



P»nn Weieti»— Safety porter or 
edmaiKm ex^ B; 

New Solum 4-H Oub - Banner • 
GC. 

Saodrn 
eiand— Clover- Jocv Appel— Shop - made arti- 
cle. B; 

Man Aprel -ClcnTrbodi. P; 

Daren Aip— Ducki pen of 1 
male-2 fem*le«. R; ducki martef, B; 



-Unit 1 child devel- 
opment. B; food for fun - beginner. im,M * mni c * h| b''. GC; wildlife 
B: food revue. B; exhibits. B; Ind. demonstration. (3-5 
Mylynda Olton— Unit 2 child K r * dci > ?C 



developmenL GC; dairy foods. GC; 
food rtvue, B; Consumer ed.. teach- 
ing super ih.. GC; youth Vtadenhip. 
B: fiihing exhibits. GC. ~ 

Chad Paulson— Ptti. R; shooting 
sports exhibits. RC; 



Heidi Paulson— Pets. R; flower bepnnen.RC; 



Jared Aip— Horseless horse 
exhibit, R; ducks pen of 1 male -2 
females. R: ducki market. B: 
wildlifi exhibits, R; 

Danici Colby— Conservation 
exhibit. RC: photography unit I - 



gardening beg. annuals. RC; food 
preservataon. B; 

Cheri Roisland — Pel photo story 
B; 

James Wilson— Small grains 
exhibit, B; 

Kratka 4-H Club 
Pride -B. 

Clovcrbttds 



Lora Danielson — Wethers after 
1/1*92. B: single fryer. R; pets, RC; 

Brcndon Engcn — Shop - made 
article, R; wildlife exhibits. B; 

Lucus Haugan— Clovcrbuds, P: 
clovcrbuds. P; 
Community William Haugan — Clovcrbuds, 
P; cloverbuds. P; 

Derek Kaljncs— Pets. B; shop 



Lara Haymood— Oovcrbuds. P; '"aoc anicle, R; wildlife exhibits. 



(14 and over). R; photography unit lings 1/90-2/28/91. R; beginner 
2 - intermediate, GC; team demon- class B. RC; jr. novice showman- 
straiion, B; horsemanship overfall ship. B: pet pholo story, GC; vea. 
(14 and up). RC; garden 4.Lmds. 6- weeds/insect. RC; 

Matthew Carlson — Jr. yearling flower gardening beginner annuals. 
1/I/9M/30/91. B: 2 year 3/1/90- B; small grains exhibit. B; begin- 
o^.nn ~ , _ ning unil 2 clothing. B: creative arts 

(13 and under). B: team demonstra- 
tion. B; 

Anthony Wold — Oovcrbuds, P; 
Stephanie Wold — Food preserva- 
tion, GC; food and fitness - interme- 
diate. RC; breads. B; food revue, B; 



8/3 1/90, B; cowfcxlf after 1/1*92. B ; 
sr. Beef showmanship. GC: 

Sunny Carlson— Steer after 
3/1/91, GC: summer yearling 
5/1/9 1-8/3 1/91. GC: cow/calf after 
1/1/92. GC: beef cow/calf animal 
science, GC: flower garden-jr. 
biilbsfljerenn.. GC: my flower gar- computers - beginners, GC: 



den poster. GC; beginning unit 2 
clothing. RC: health poster/educa- 
tion, exhibit. RC: conservation 
exhibit. GC: creative arts (13 and 
under) GC; j;. I.^f il.owmainliip. 
GC: 

Kyle Cedcrgrcn — S^-op - made 
article. B; 
. Kelly Clark— Veg. Garden - 4 



kinds, 6 weeds/insect. 13; Veg. sci- science. GC: 
ence exhibit, GC; unit 2 home env. ----- 

where I live. B: unit 2 child devel- 
opment, B; food and fitness • inter- 
mediate, B; food education -inter- 
mediate, R; citizenship, family.B; 
Amanda Close— Cats, GC: unit 2 



Happy Acres 4-H Club.- Com- 
munity Pride - R. ■ ; 
Highlanding 

Carl Dahlcn — Chickens, market, 
L>. pouluy iiniiiuU. itieiicc, R; limit- 
ing exhibits. B; 

Martin Dahlcn — Chickens, mar- 
ket, B: 

Chancey Halvorson — Potatoes. 



clovcrbuds. P; 

Lindscy Swanson — Goverbuds. 
P; clovcrbuds, P. 

New Solum 

Amanda Bottcm — Cloverbuds, 
P; clovcrbuds. P; 

John Bulger— Pets. B; flower 
gardening beginning annuals, B; 
lood for fun - beginner, B; photog- 
raphy unit 1 - beginner. B; 

Nkhole Bulger — Beginning unit 
3 cloth, constr., B; food for fun - 
beginner. RC: photography unit 2 = 
int, B: 

Brian Hall— Cloverbuds. P- knitted clothing, W; goat showman 



RC: creative arts (13 and undo). R; 

Jamie Kalsncs— Pets, R; indoor 
gardening, beginner, R; unil 1 child 
development. B; citizenship, my 
world. RC; creative arts (13 and 
under). B; 

Christoph Leach — Veg. garden 
4- kinds. 6-weeds/insect, B: 

Jason Leach — Wildlife exhibits. 
B; 

Amber Mnrkrid — Cow/calf after 
1/1/92, R; any doe 3 years and 
(under 5 yean). GC: beginning unit 
3 clothing constr, B; needlework 



cloverbuds, P; 

Karen Hall— Advanced, cloth, 
constructed, GC; creative arts (14 
and older). R; 

Kandine Hall — Veg. garden 4- 
kinds, 6 weeds/insect. B; beginning 
unit 2 clothing. B; food and fitness - 
intermediate. R; food education 



ship. RC: 

Allison Page— Clovcrbuds, P; 

Brandon Page — Horseless horse 
cxhibiU,B; electrification article and 
science, GC; 

Jason Snisky — Other small purc- 
breds, jr. buck. B; cats. B; Veg. gar- 
den 4-ktnds, 6-wceds/insect, B; 



(In hi* j. I\, f,»»] fi« fun ■ hrg inrtrr. 
B. 

Darrrn Nf lion- imall graim 
nhihit. II. If am dr*nc»tur»t»rn. GC. 
Jriif Srlinn -Jr yearling 
1/1/91 4/jn.^l. R; 2 yr. VI/90- 
VIW. B, cc^/taJf aflrr 1/1,-vJ. B. 
MiraMi Nrlmn—Honrmanthip 
( I * arvl under I. R . wrsirm pir^iurr 
(13 and ufldei). W. wriirm hdmg, 
111 and undrr). W. trail class (13 
aivl unJei). W. Wj gardrn 4 tindl, 
fi »redt'inirct. GC. clothing begin- 
ning unit I.B, 

Kim Rupprcchi— Iniermediaie 
clothing const. GC. Int. clothing 
pun hased. RC; team demonstration, 
GC; 

Heather Shifland— Intermediate 
clothing const.. B: world of food - 
advanced. B; needlework knitted 
clothing. GC; 

Ryan Skibicki— Shop - made 
arucle.GC; 

Bridgettc Slock— Unit 1 child 
development. B; beginning unit 2 
clothing. RC; food for fun - begin- 
ner. B; 

Robert Slock— Fishing exhibits. 
R; 

Jennifer Swanion— Clothing 
beginning unit I. B; food for fun - 
beginner. R; 

Andrea Vigen— Intermediate 
clothing const.. B; food and fitness - 
intermediate, GC: food revue. RC: 

Stephanie Vigen— Food preser- 
vation, RC; food education - 
advanced. GC: food revue, GO. 

Silverton 4-H Club - Community 
Pride -RC; banner -RC. 
Smiley 
Guy Drevlow— French lop. sr. 
buck, B; French lop. B; French lop. 
intermediate buck. B; French lop. 
intermediate doc. B: French lop. f. 
doe. GC: other large purebreds, jr. 
buck,B; 

Nancy Gcske— Dairy calves 
9/1/91 - 2/28/92. GC; dairy jr. year- 
ling 3/1M - 8/31/91, GC; dairy si. 
yearling 9/1/90 - 2/28/91. GC; 
advanced before 9/1/89. GC; dairy 
production, GC: herd-1 cow. 450 
lbs., 2 others, GC, dairy steer min.. 
100 lbs. GC; cow/calf after 1/1/92, 
R; dairy sr. showmanship, GC: 

Bryanna Helgoland— single 
fryer, B; pen of three fryers. GC; 
other small purebreds, ;r. buct, B; 
other small purebreds, jr. buck, B; 
other small purebreds, jr. doe, B: 
cats, RC: flower gardening beg. 
annuals, B; my flower garden 
poster, RC; food for fun - beginner. 



Krliv .StaJhorrgrT-F3o»fi s»i 
oVfing Wgtnrwr annuali. B. land- 
»capf plan to acalr. RC, crralivr 
arts (13 and under). B. 

Kav Slciger — Ctovrrhudi. V. 
c kTvrrbuJi. P. 

Laura Singer— I -'rut 2 home rn» 
• here I live. GC; intermediate 
cWhmg conn. B; ml. clothing nur. 
cha»ed. B. ml. clothing other. RC. 
breads, B. food revue. B: photogra- 
phy unil I - beginner. B: ind. 
demonstration (6th and over), B. 

Chad Torst veil — Indoor garden, 
ing. advanced, GC, landscape plan 
to scale, GC: youth leadership. GC; 
forest resource i. advanced, GC; 
wildlife exhibits. GC; self deter- 
mined exhibits. RC: 

Smiley 4-H Club • Community 
Pride - GC: Banner - R. 
Stt inn- 
Jenny Altendorf— Unit 1 child 
development, B: consumer ed. super 
shopper, RC; 

Jesse Altendorf— Food for fun - 
beginner, B: 

Billy Lubili — Chickens, market. 
RC: food and fitness • intermediate. 
B; poultry showmanship. RC: 

Dean Lubili — Electrification ■ 
article and science, B: 

Marie Lubili— Chickens, mar- 
ket. GC; clowning exhibit. GC: 
poultry showmanship. GC; ' 

Marsha Uibitz— Chickens, mar- 
ket, B; creative arts (13 and under). 
R; 

Kelli Muzzy — Horseless horse 
exhibit. B; unit 1 child develop- 
ment, R; 

Kristin Muzzy — Cloverbuds. P; 
clovcrbuds, P; 

Nathaniel Muzzy — Clovcrbuds, 
P; cloverbuds. P. 

Erica Sandahl — Cow/calf after 
1/1*92, B; other small purebreds, sr. 
buclcR; 

Jared Sandahl — Jr. yearling 
1/1/91-4/30/91. B: cow/calf after 
1/1/92, B; other small purebreds. jr. 
buck, B; other small purebreds, jr. 
doe.B; 

Dominik Steinhauer — Shop - 
made article, B; 

Stciner 4-H Club - Banner - B. 



Cole Halvorson — Cloverbuds, P; 
cloverbuds. P; 

Andrew Hanson — Clovcrbuds, 
P: 

Benjamin Hanson — Small grains 
exhibit, RC; small grains science 



child development, RC; beginning exhibit, GC: bicycle, mechanical 
unit 3 clothing constr., RC; begin- exhibit, GC: safety poster or cduca- 
ning unit 3 fact or why. GC; tion exhibit, GC; 



microwave cooking, GC; photogra- 
phy unit 1 - beginning. B; 

Nathan Dicken — Aerospace 
model airplanes, GC; 

Danielle Grandbois— Halter 
showmanship (14 and older). W; 
horsemanship (14 and over), R; 
western pleasure (14 and over). R; 
engltsh equitation (14 and ova), R; 
english pleasure (14 and over), R; 
western riding (14 and over), R; 



Clifton Hanson— Flower garden- 
ing beg. annuals. B; photography 
unit 1 - beginning. B; 

Valaric Horachck — Pet photo 
story, R; dogs animal science, B; 
unit 2 child development, W; cloth- 
ing beginning unit 1, W; worjd of 
food - advanced. W; bicycle, 
mechanical exhibit, R: safety poster 
or education exhibit. R: 

Mary Jensen — Indoor gardening, 



trail class (14 and over), B; horse- beginner, R; safety poster or educa- 
manship overall (14 and up).GC; tion exhibit, RC; 



Angie Hasnedl— Creative arts 
(14 and older), B; self determined 
exhibits, GC; 

Jana Johnson — Yearling ewe 
bom afier 1/1^2 no lamb. B; youth 
leadership, B; health postcr/cduc. 
exhibit, B; creative arts (14 and 
older). RC; 

Kelly Udeh— Unit 2 home envi- 
ronment, where I live, RC; youth in 
action demonstration. RC; 



Amy Langscth — Flower garden- 
ing-jr. bulbs/pcrenn., B; unit lexp, 
your home, W; wildlife exhibits, B; 

Arlen Stenvik — Halter show- 
manship, (14 and older), -R; horse- 
manship (14 and over). W; western 
pleasure (14 and over). R; western 
riding (14 and over). R; trail class 
(14 and over). R; 

Highlanding 4-H Club - Commu- 
nity Pride - R; banner - B. 



chased, GC; needlework knitted 
clothing. B; citizenship, my world. 
GC; sheep showmanship, RC; 
demonstration (6th and over), RC; 
Kelly Natvik— Wethers after 



struction, B; food and fitness - inter- 
mediate. R; shop - made article, B; 




intermediate, R; needlework knitted flower gardening beginning annuals, 

£°££ V h ° ttgn,Phy ""'' ' ' B; f^ m ^^S R h ; op - male *** TO * **«"«<«' 

Wayne Johnson— Geese pen of 1 ^^ *• s^l engines, mcchani- waunoer). RL; 
malc-2 females, B; ducks pen of 1 ^i* . „, „. ^ 

male.- 2 females, GC; geese market Christine Wcgncr— Cloverbuds. 
B; ducks market, RC; single (net? P: clovcrbuds. P; 
~ ~ -— ■ - ■ Rebecca Wcgncr — Forest 

resources, beginning, RC; creative 

arts (13 and under), B; 

Sanders 4-HClub - Community 

Pride - R; Banner, B. 
Satellite 
Kelsey Carlson — Dairy calves 

9/1/91-2/28/92. R; dairy jr. yearlings 

1/91-8/31/91. B; dairy sr. yearling 

9/1/90-2/2491, B; advanced before 
rabbits animal science. RC; shop : 9 fi? 9 '.? : ^ 5°- w ' 45 P lb , s " . 2 
made article, B; electrification arti- otiKIS - B B; ^ D j, $uy animal sct- 
cle and science. B: mhhit showman- ence. B; unit 1 child development. 

RC; food preservation, B; food for 

fun. beginner. B; food education - 

beginner, R; breads, R; dairy foods, 

B; microwave cooking, RC; safely 



B; Pen or three fryers. RC; French 
lop. jr. buck, B; French lop. jr. doe, 
B; other large purebreds. jr. buck, B; 
other large purebreds, jr. Doe. B; 
mini lops. sr. buck (over 6 mo.). 
RC; mini lops, jr. buck (under 6 
mo)„ B; mini tops. jr. doe (under 6 
mo.), B; other small purebreds, jr. 
buck. B; other small purebreds. jr. 
doe, B; poultry animal science, RC; 



1992 Pennington County Fair 
4 H Fashion Review Results 
Beginners 
Blue Ribbon. Group — Toni 
LeMoine - Silverton ; Bridgettc 
Stock • Silverton; Jami Philipp • 
Happy Acres; Sunny Carlson - 
Happy Acres: Heather Torstveit - 
Happy Acres: Amanda Close - 
Happy Acres; Nichole Bulger - New 
Solum: Desirae Alberg - Happy 
Acres; Jocelyn Helgoland - Smiley; 
Brandi Larson - Smiley. 

Court of Honor— Toni LeMoine, 
Desirae Alberg, Amanda Close, 
Sunny Carlson. Bridgettc Stock. 
2nd Attendant— Jami Philipp 
1st Attendant — Nichole Bulger 
Royal Person — Jocelyn Helgo- 
land 
* Intermediate & Advanced 
Blue Ribbon Group — Lauren 



cle and science, B; rabbit showman- 
ship -sr.RC; 

- Katie Jorde— Show and Hobby 
male - 2 females, B; computers 
beginners. RC: 



lielh Natvik— Wethers after poster or education exhibit, B; 
1/1/92, B; advanced cloth, pur- hcaI ^ posiw/educaiion exhibit. B; 

.k...j nr: — ji 1. .._£.- _. creative arts (13 and under), B; 

dairy jr. showmanship, GC; 

Jonathan Iverson— Cloverbuds, 
P; cloverbuds, P; 

Justin Iverson — Pood for fun 



1/1/92. RC; ewe lamb after 1/1/92, bc .?j n . 1 } cr ' ? : .^°R; madc artidc - B; 
GC; beginning unit 3 cloth, con- wildlife exhibits. R; 



Shannon Ratliff— Food preserva- 
tion, B; food and fitness - intermedi- 
ate, B; breads, RC; 

Jennifer WoW — Food and Illness 
- intermediate, B; breads,- B; 
wildlife exhibits, R; 

Jessica Wold — Food for fun - 
beginner, R; wildlife exhibits, W. 
Silverton 

Vicki Bitzegaio — Horseless 
horse exhibit, RC; 

Jolene Gonsorowski — Needle- 
work knitted clothing, RC; creative 
arts (14 and older); GC; 

Ingrid Hanson — Halter show- 
manship (14 and older). W; 

Kimberly Kirkcide — Beginning 
unit 2 clothing, B; food far fun • 
beginner, B; 

Nathan Koland — Satin, sr. buck, 

R; satin, sr. doe, B; mini lops. jr. 

-buck (under 6 mot), B; mini lops, jr. 

doe (under 6 mo.), B; fishing. 

.- exhibits. B; 

Sarah Koland — mjni lops, sr. 
buck (over 6 mo.), B; mini lops, sr. 
doc (over 6 mo.). B; mini lops, jr. 
buck (under 6 mo.), B; mini lops, jr. 
doe^(under 6_.mo.)._BLgraduate_ 
"beginner, GC; sr. novice showman- 
ship. B; 

Shellby Koland— Rex, sr. buck 

(over 6 mo.), B; jcx, sr. doe (over 6 
mo.). B; mini lops, jr. buck (under 6 
mo.), B; nctherland dwarf, jr doe, R; 
graduate beginner, B; sr. novice 
showmanship, GC; 

Lauren Lavalier — Halter show- 



Chclsey Helgoland— Cloverbuds, 
P; cloverbuds, P; 

Jocelyn Helgoland— MES issue 
display, B; rabbit showmanship - jr. 
GC: other small purebreds, sr. duck, 
B; other small purebreds, sr. doe, B; 
beginner class B, B; jr. novice 
showmanship, RC; rabbits animal 
science, GC; beginning unit 3 con- 
str. GC; beginning unit 3 purchased 
garment, B; food and fitness - inter- 
mediate, B; food revue, B; , ,. „., . , 

Lesley Helgeland— Sr. doe (over L?vaher - Silverton; Andrea Vigen - 

8 months). B; 1 jr. buck (under 6 Silverton; Heather Shafland - Sil- 

months). B; I jr. doe (under 6 X cr,0 S' Laura Stei 8" - Smiley; 

months), B; novice class A. B; sr. £ ami Sorenson - Happy Acres: Kim 

- - - Rupprecht - Silverton; Karen Hall - 

New Solum. 

Court of Honor — Lauren Lava- 
lier, Laura Steiger; Cami Sorenson; 
KarcnHall 

2nd Attendant— Heather 
Shafland 

1st Attendant— Kim Rupprecht 
. Royal Person — Andrea Vigen 
Purchased 
Blue Ribbon Group-rLaura 
Steiger - Smiley; Cami Sorenson - 
Happy Acres; Kim Rupprecht - Sil- 
verton; Branda Larson • Smiley; 
Jocelyn Helgeland - Smiley; Desirae 
Alberg - Happy Acres. 

Court of Honor — Laura Steiger; 
Brand! Larson; Desirae Alberg 
2nd Attendant — Cami Sorenson 
1st Attendant— Jocelyn Heine- 
land 

Royal Person— Kim Rupprecht. 



open showmanship, B; veterinary 
science exhibit, GC: youth leader- 
ship, RC; ind. demonstration (6th 
and over), B; rabbit showmanship - 
sr. GC; 

Jessica Hinden — Flower garden- 
ing beginner annuals, B; food for 
fun - beginner, B; shop - made arti-f 
cle, R; 

Jodanna Kaltnowski— Flower 
gardening beginner annuals, B; food 
for fun - beginner, B; photography 
unit 1 - beginner. B; 

Brandi Larson — Veg. garden 4- 
kinds, 6-weeds/insect B; unit 1 exp. 
your home, B; beginning unit 3 
clothing constr., B; beginners unit 3 
purchased garment, B; food and fit- 
ness - intermediate, B; food revue, 
B; youth leadership. B; 

Trevor Larson — Shop - made 
article. B; shooting sports exhibits, 
GC; fishing exhibits. RC; 

Tiffany Lee— French lop. sr. 
buck, B; French lop. R; photogra- 
phy unit 1 - beginners, B; creative 
arts (13 and under), B; rabbit show- 
manship - jr. RC; 



Newfolden . . . . 

Ortand and Laura Roppe, NIckolas 
and OratchBR of Moorhond spent the 
weokand at the Roy Roppe horns. 

Su^I^?«S?i ?•». P ' Shannon Fosaan home at the Jack 

aoejover 6 months), B: F roal formi. They had a f amily picnic 

Kyla McFarlant— Food for fun - on me 4th 61 July, and alao cefebrated 
beginner, GC; shop - made article,* AUce'e B4th birthday. There were 107 

B; relatives there. They returned home on 

Natalie McFarlane— Flower oar- Sundo y- , , 

dening beginner, annuals, B; unit 1 „ Saa f d «V ^"p L y™ *** Lynette 

knitted clothing, B; Fnoay visitors at the Vernon Olson 

Ben Owen— Food for fun - home went AMn and Mildred Rondort 

beginner, B; electrification article °' St Hilalre. 

and science, R; .' ' Michelle Rose, Michael, Somantha 

Erica Owen— Flower gardening an A Bo e b l b X tmm . bm "J vl8l ! ln 8 °' thB 

beginner tmniitdsTBrfiower garden- -L"™ 1 ? Skadsem home for a lew oaysr- 

ing science exhibit, B; unit 1 child 

development, GC; food and fitness 



Kentucky Fried tllifcRen. 

j 123 West 3rd, St Thief River Falls, MN 681-7244 



manship (13 and under). R; horse- „„ ,. iv _ iiu 

manship (13 amLundcr), W; western beginner annuals, B; unit 1 child 
_pIcMtire.(13.and.iriider) B; western, development, B; dairy jr. Showman- 
riding, (13 and under), W; trail sh ,p. RC; needlework knitted cloth- 
class, (13 and under), R; mtermcdi- ing B* 

ate clothing const., B; horsemanship kaie Stalbocrger-FIower. gar- 
overall (13 and under) RC; dening beginner annuals, B; food 
Ton! Lemoine— Beginning unit 2 f or fun . beginner, B; 



Delta Elaeth and Mavis Roppe went 
to Thief River Falls on Monday evenlrw 
to visit with Minnie Elseth.- 

Sunday afternoon Aaron and 
Blanche Waterworth visited at The Ger- 
ald Martenson home In Strandqulst 

Emma Kammen and Laura Haasoth 

visited and enjoyed cotlee with Olga 

mUm n- rfnirJir uenHinn 'in /at X nc,m P Bon ' 0n Thursday forenoon. 

anfnt W * - y ,? m P l ° ,har vlB " or ' durln 9 the week were 

' 8/3 . I/9 ,k B v.i ai y y carlm ? doe Pastor FIIckln B er. Gladys Stromberg. 

)rn in 1991. RC: ilnwer onrrtVntao ShlrlAv Wnnn« «»n«;» ct.„.u __J*i 



intermediate, B; electrification arti- 
cle and science, B; 

JennaOwen — aoverbuds,P; 

Lisa Sorteberg — Goat showman- 
ship, GC; dairy colves 9/1/91 - 



born in 1991, RC; flower gardening Shirley Wagner. Senora Elseth and 

. ._ „_ .._r. Clara Ronaon. 

Saturday the 4th Arnold and Vomica 
Larson were among the many relatives 
to attend a picnic at the Gladys Erlck- 
io n home at Goodrldge had a very 
enjoyable time. 

Gladys Stromberg vlsltod with Ellen 
HJeue on Thursday afternoon. 



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THKTIMKS 



Pajr II 



Senior Meals 



Thiol Rlvor Fftlli 

\c+M nutrilmn tmirr a plate fi* 
meali and informaiim itn kmkci 
f<* older ftlulu 

Monday. Jul) 21. ToKopmr 
mraiballi, oven bromntd potato. 
Oriental blend ^rfrlaMri. bread/ 
marjtanne. (hreitcake w/(hrrry 
sauce, milk. 

Tuesday. July JR: Barbecue nMet. 
baked potato, creamed com. dinner 
rolI/mar|arine. vanilla pudding 
• /•hipped lOppini. milk. 

Wedneiday. July 29; potnh 
uuutc, baked hcant. ptxatn xalad. 
frah fruit. nrcad,'maryanne. milk. 

Thursday. July \Q: Baked lonk 
w/melled margarine, partlcy pota- 
toes, been, bread/margarine, ice 
crtam tundae. add own toppings, 
milk. 

Friday. July 31: Saliibury steak, 
pinley potatoes, peas and carrots, 
oatmeal mufTin. margarine, mixed 
fruit cup. milk. 

Lutheran Social service center 
nutrition program will serve meals 
at the Heritage center at 301 East 
4th strtci Monday through Friday 
except holidays. Serving begins at 
11:45 a.m. Reservations are (o be 
made one day in advance. To make 
reservations call 6S1-2793 between 
8:30 am. and noon. 

•dcnoles low salt and fat. 

St. Hilalre 

Your nutrition center a place for 
meals and information on services 
for older adults. 

Monday, July 27: Porcupine 
meatballs, oven browned potato. 
Oriental blend vegetables, bread/ 
margarine, chcticcake w/cherry 
sauce, milk. 

Wednesday. July 29: Polish 
sausage, baked beans, potato salad, 
fresh fruit, bread/margarine, milk. 

Friday, July 31: Salisbury steak, 
parsley potatoes, peas and carrots, 
oatmeal muffin, margarine, mixed 
fruit cup, milk. 

Volunteers arc needed for Mon- 
day, Wednesday and Friday. 

The second Monday of the month 
will be the birthday party. 

Lutheran Social Service ccnlcr's 
nutrition program will sent meals 
at the Si Hilaire Senior Center on 
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays 
except holidays. Serving begins at 



17 nr*on Reie?*»lioni ore In r*e 
made l»n davi in advance For 
rrarrvaiK^i tail OjM-^211 het»f«l' 
II am and I pm 

Moali On Wh#*lt 

Monday. July 27; Baked chicken 
»ilh orange sauce, whipped nota- 
uk-i. »/gravy, srAuiYd peat, cherry 
cobbler »/loppmg. wheat bread 
»,'marg art ne. milk. 

Tuesday. July 2H: S»us steak 
• /tomaio sauce, parsley potatoes, 
rut green beam, tossed salad •/Ital- 
ian dressing, ctrroi cake, white 
bread * Anarganne, milk. 

Wednesday. July 29: Roast beef 
au jus. oven browned potatoes, 
sliced parsley carrots, chocolate 
pudding, wheat bread w/marganne, 
milk. 

Thursday. July W: Ham loaf, au 
gratin potatoes, broccoli cuts, apple 
crisp, while bread w/rnarganne. 
milk. 

Friday. July 31: Oven crisp chick- 
en, whipped potatoes w/gravy, baby 
whole carrots, marinated vegetable 
talad. peach sauce, wheal bread 
w/nurgarinc, milk. 

Meals on Wheels will deliver 
meals Monday through Friday 
including holidays. For more infor- 
nution. call 681-4336 or 68J-686J. 




Monday, July 27: Tuna hoi dish 
w/cheese and peas, raw veggies, 
bread and butter, pineapple, milk. 

Tuesday, July 28: Hamburger 
gravy, mashed potatoes, buttered 
peas, bread and butler, ice cream, 
milk. 

Wednesday. July 29: Potato salad, 
cold sandwiches, lettuce salad 
w/dressing. ice cream, milk. 

Thursday, July 30: Homemade 
chicken and rice soup, sallines, egg 
salad sandwiches, pear halves, milk. 
' Friday, July 31: Macaroni and 
cheese, coleslaw salad, meat sand- 
wich, fruit tot L Lai 1, milL. 



Highlanding 



Mrs. Kenneth Coan 



Alice Lundlormertyotthe Highland- 
ing Community passed sway, on Sun- 
day, at the home of her daughter, 
AJverda Noel In Thief River Foils. Mice 
was 07 years old. Allcs will be missed 
by her relatives and many friends. 

Mr. and Mrs. Orvtn Anderson visited 
with Mr. and Mrs. Russell Franzman of 
Grygla on Sunday afternoon. 

Mr. and Mrs. Ole Wlskow. Mr. and 
Mrs. Barney Wlskow of Detroit Lakes, 
Mr. and Mrs. Derrick Wlskow, Troy and 
Travis, spent the Fourth of July week- 
end at their cab In at Strathcona. 

Mrs. Kenny Coan, and Mr. and Mrs. 
Lawrence Smsky were Sunday after- 
noon visitors at the Frank Smsky home 
of St Hilalre. Also visiting with Frank 
were Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Rooker of 
Grand Forks. 

Mr. and Mrs. Norman Anderson visit- 
ed with Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Anderson 
on Saturday afternoon. 

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Iverson were 
Sunday evening visitors and coffee 
guests at the Hilda Hoffman home. 

Mr. and Mrs. Larry Srnsky. Rhonda 
and Mitchell attended the Marshall 
County Fair at Warren on Sunday. * 

Mr. and Mrs. Aldon Hyland, Aaron 
and Dan ell e attended the Pennington 
County Fair on Saturday evening. 

Congratulations to Lowell Swanson 
who won the 1092 Dodge Dakota truck 
at the Pennington County Fair) 

Mr. and Mrs. Cheolle Ruud of 
GaUke visited fin Wednesday after- 
noon at the Orvin Anderson home. 

Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Haugert spent 
Saturday visiting and were overnight 
guosts at the Randy Haugon home of 
Larimore, ND. 

Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Peterson 
spent the weekend at Eden Prairie with 
Gerry Peterson and Becky Peterson of 
Hopkins an Saturday. Clarence, Janice 



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Mayme Johnson 



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First place and the Queens* Trophy In the chin cook-oft during 
Western Week in Thief River Falls Saturday went to the Thunder 
Nitro Team (TNT) composed of LeRoy and Madelyn Vlcjen, Let 
and Margaret Nelson, Jan Edwards, Joe Ose and Marjorle 
Scherkenbach. The team Is shown performing Its skit and 
preparing ingredients for its special chili. 



and Gerry, along with Mr. and Mrs. 
Todd Balls and famHy spent the after- 
noon at the Minnesota Zoo. Clarence 
had a check-up on Friday at the Uni- 
versity. 

Kenny Coon visited on Sunday after- 
noon at the Inga Coan homo. 

Aldon Hyland took Aaron and other 
friends to lake of the Woods Where 
they will spend a weak on their house- 
boat trip with Pastor Dahlon and Intern 
Kent Shan. 

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rohm attended a 
birthday party at the Marlin Paulson 
home at Twin Lakes on Saturday. 

Mr. and Mrs. Ole Wlskow, Mr. and 
Mrs. Derrick Wlskow, Troy and Travis 
of Thief Rh/er Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Dar- 
rell Wlskow and Mr. and Mrs. Dean 
.Wlskow attended a Wlskow family 
reunion on July 5th at the Strathcona 
park. 

Mr. and Mrs. Norman Anderson visit- 
ed with Mr. and Mrs. John Hoffman on 
Monday evening. 

Congratulations to Karen and 
Howard Slulestad who celebrated their 
25th wedding anniversary on Saturday 
evening at the Fire Hall in Goodrldge. 
Many attended the anniversary recep- 
tion and program. 

Hilda Holfmon spent a week with her 
daughter, Susan Hoffman of Nashville, 
TN. 

Hilda Hoffman and Rosolla Schloler 
were Monday afternoon visitors at the 
Inga Coan home. 

Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Al 
Swanson, Karl, Aaron and Michael vis- 
ited at the Aldan Hyland home. 

Mr. and Mrs. Ted Anderson and 
sons of Monrovia. CA, and Mr. and 
Mrs. Ortfe Hofdahl were Sunday nftor- 
noon visitors and supper guests at the 
Bill and Olive Rehm home. 




Jarold Gilbert (left) and LeRoy Jenson of the Northwest 
Beverage/Noon Uons teem work on the chili which helped the 
team to a third place finish in the Western Week chili cook-off 
Saturday. The event raised funds for the Little Brother/ Little 
Sister program in Thief River Falls. Other teem members were Dr. 
Charles Samuelson, Griffin Newland and Shawn Newland. The 
team was judged to have the best skit of the day. 




Thursday visitors and coffee guests 
at the Bonnie Johnvud homo wore Mr. 
and Mrs. Jack Johnsrud. 

Mrs. Tim Lundeen, Shannon and 
Alissa were visitors and supper guests 
at the'Clltford Johnsrud home on 
Wednesday evening. 

W. and Mrs. Eddy Stucy took a bus 
tour from Wednesday through Friday, 
sponsored by the Rural Life Commis- 
sion. They wont to Amos, IA, NFO 
Headquarters. They also vlsltod the 
organic farm in Madison. 

Those who. attended the 25th 
anniversary for Howard and Karen 
_Slulestad,^ejd aUhe.old fi re ha ll In 
GoodrFdge on Saturday night wore Mr. 
and Mrs. Harry DeBoer and Trent of 
_Sprlng Lake Park, Agnes Bdolbos. and 
Mr. and Mrs. Darwin' Eldolbes, Arlen. 
s. Jared and Michelle. Harry DoBoer left 
lor home on Sunday, and Mrs. Harry 
DeBoer and Trent remained at the 
Agnes Eldelbes homo until Wednes- 
day. 

Tuesday visitors and coffee guests 
at the Bonnie Johnson home were 
Hazel Huot and Myrtle Kuntz. 

Mrs. Eddy Stucy attended the baby 
shower for Alyshla Michelle, daughter 
of Glen and D anna Knott, held at the 
St Bernard's Catholic church In Thief 
River Falls on Sunday afternoon. 

Tuesday Mrs. Harry DoBoer and 
Trent took Agnes Eldelbes to Cook- 
iton where she had foot surgery thai 

lilldfed Hovet was a visitor and col- 



Judges for the Little Brother/Little Sister chili cook-off contest 
Saturday during Western Week In Thief River Fells were Van 
Swanson, Jane Mattson and JudyTaBeest. 

Lake Bronson hosts festival 
for carvers 



will present "Museum Alive" activ- 
ities on Sunday, August 2, from 2 to 
4 p.m. 

MARKETS 



Eighth annual international 
woodcarvcrs festival will be held 
Saturday and Sunday, August 1 and 
2,-from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Lake 
Bronson State Park cast of the city 
of Lake Bronson. 

At present 30 carvers have regis- 
tered for the event. Featured carver 
will be Scott Ford of Withcc, Wl. 
who specializes in human face 
carving. Many carvers will be 
demonstrating their skills both days 
and most welcome conversations. 

'.. Judging-oLcarvingS-cntcrcd jn_. 



fee guest at the Eddy Stucy homo on 
Saturday evening. 

Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. 
Clayton Johnsrud attended the fair In 
Thief River Falls, and watched the 
horse show. 

Visitors and coffee guests during the 
week at the Bennlo Johnson home 
were Thelma Mlkulay and Susie John- 
son of Minneapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Dick 
Marquis of Okloe, Mr. and Mrs. Geno 
Marquis, Earl Marquis, George and 
Pennoy Marquis and Dustin. Wilbur 
OaMmore and Bemlcs Johnson. 

Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Eddy Stucy 
visited w[tn her mother, Leola C ullen In 

_G< vSfo 9 rsir7d supper guests at *e~g»P$ u JE "JlilS ' F^£"S ' 
Agnes Eldelbes home wore Mrs. Harry pom H im. tp2 p.m. Entncs will 
DeBoerandTronrorSprlng Lake Park; — be shown in- ttic-shclier- build ing- 
and'Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Eldelbes, both days and the public is invited 
Arlen, Jared and Michelle on Tuesday u vote on a people's choice award. 
evening. Members of the Red River 

Arlene Hyland brought a lenwnpje^valley Fiddlers associaUon will per- 
form from 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday and 
an ice cream social will be held 
from 2 to 4 p.m. A flea market and 
craft show will be sponsored by the 
Lake Bronson Lions club from 9 
ajn. u>4 p,m. Sunday, August 2. 

In conjunction with the wood- 
carvers festival. Artists Unlimited 
will hav£ special events in the 
depot of the Kittson county histori- 
cal museum in Lake Bronson. The 
Kittson county historical society 



MoOJoridiy,Jurr-20 

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to Bennle Johnson after he came home" 
from the Northwest Medical Center In 
Thief RIvor Foils on Tuesday afternoon. 

Michelle Johnson enjoyed supper 
with her grandparents, the Clarence 
Johnson's on Tuesday evening.' 

Monday night Toriy Rublscnko was a 
visitor at ino Clayton Johnsrud Home. 

Gully 

Sunday Harry and Nora Hanson' 
were guests of Arnold and Sanna at 
tho Gully Cafe In honor ol Harry's birth- 
day. 



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I r «.— Standrr Mtari or eratflCTotM^: 



■* or rtapon o* CondKkm DM*: 



l/W*. th» undarslgnad ortlear(*). do httttrf doolar* that thla n*port of Condlllon haa btxn 
pnptwad In oonfonnanM wtth oRlcUl kuuucllooa and I* tru* and comet to th* bMt ol my (out) 
knovrltdo* and b*l>4. 

aiQHATURE OF OFFICERTS) AUTHORIZED TO 5I0H REPORT 

-a- OnIHa U. Haiwon 

DATE SIGNED: July 0, 1 MO, 

NAME AND TITLE OF OFFICER(S) AUTHORIZED TO SIGN REPORT 

Orvlfla U. Harwon, Swilor Woa Pmldanl and CaahUr 

AHEA COOEVPHONE NO.: 21 »^*1 -»020 

Wa, tba undaraloiwd dr*>ctora. *u*t Um' oorractnaaa of thla Rapon of Condition and <toclara that 

n haa baan axanlnad by ua and to tha boat ol our knowrtadga and baM and haatwwi prapand In 

oonl ormanea with official InalruoUana and la trua and oarraot. 

■a-CLA-BEITO -a- DAVIO BETTO -a- WtllAU Q. HES3 

-a- ORM J. OREEN —■ STAN VRL90N -a- CLYDE CHRI3TEN3EN 

Stataol Mtnimeta, County ol Pannlngton. aa; — - - ..... 

Smm to and aubacibad balora ma thla Olh day al July. 1003. and I haraby carUTy that I am not 
an otlloat or dltaolot ol thla bank. Uy sommlaalon aipltaa Oao. 1. 1007. Joyoa D. Ha&aaah, 
Hotary-Putilc. 

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ir.i-nJ (."lean \.r Att 

7\n effort it nccTttarv hrxauae 
:V l>an Au Ait »UI aftro Itunr 
*"»ill Niti^f** owiKn Matt* of 
iVv o»T«n At not have Ihc irchrti- 
.al eiprrtur needed to wide 
:*.r.njf h the rrruUlmm. 

Inlcvmation and tctrmicaJ amt- 
u-vc »iH he prmidcd >o help com- 
r-lv «nh state and federal rtgula- 
tixnt fluiinctici with fewer than 
ino employees win he eligibk*. 

To make »ure thai imill bun- 
n rises get the services they need 
(rum the program, m ombudsman 
will be appointed tor them. Jhit 
person will ovtnce the profram and 
»ill rrpresrnt the concern* of small 
huuftdi. 

So that small business owners 
«.ill have a voice in how th« prr> 
fom is operated, an advisory pane] 
»i!l be established This rune-mem- 
ber will report to the Pollution Con- 
trol Agency on the program's effec- 
tiveness. 



lajrrit jvIluKfi pai in Irrt Air 
5u»lil> pnfTkn-.i arr partial* p»»d 
(■• M iNrar frv-t 

One of the rraa,-»M 1 *ai a (n 
■uiVw <«i thu nvrauar »ai hrvaaae 
I Srl.eve people tome time • »*rd 
• imtarve firming out r»r» law i 
and rrgulatinm Thti it runtularH 
Irve in the tompluairJ *orlJ of 
etn B-onmrrstal U* 

I elan hrlnr tSat pc i T'^ warn to 
ohe* the la* The only «ay ihey 
can do that n if they jet enough 
infnrmaoon In know that new lawi 
mean. 





The 

Peterson 

Report 



afffxti 

Nault. 



Viking , 



Sunday w*rung Uoyd and f.l*r>* 
Planum war* coSa* gueata aa" **»• Hat- 
ward and A/tMa Anoaraon noma 

Wadnaaday Leonard Laracn want to 
Uannoman wtt*ra ha Joined Wmaion 
Laraon ol Gain»v*la. fL_ and Wayn» 
Laraon of Torn*. NU, and Ura. Ermly 
La/aon of Uahnomvn whan may a/l 
enjoyed a p-cnic ad the Laraon (arm 
hem* of Uanooman 

Laonard Laraon wai a noon o^nnar 

Ejatl Sunday at tha Kaitti and Kay 
aidmant homa In Thiel Rrvar FaJH 
and Sunday avaning Laonard wai a 
ooflaa guaat at tha Jamaa Oaon homa. 



Cfinntd goods for tht Thltf Rivat Fills community food shtM 
wtrt colltcttd «t Anntttt's Fabrics In Thltf Rlvtf Falla during 
Wtttsrn Wt*k last wt*k- Th« stor* offarad an addrtiona! dollar 
par yard discount off the tala prfca of fabric wrth a carmad food 
donation to tht food aharf. Shown wfth tht ftama coAactad m 
Julia Barard (saatad} and Dab Williams. 



I BOOKMARKS 



| These books aro available at 

tho Tliicl Rfvcr Falls Pubic 

| Library. 101 East First Street. 

Phono 681-4325. 



Plummer 



thank: yoit 

The Goodridge Jaycccs would like to express their 
sincere appreciation to the following businesses, individuals 
and organizations for their donations and their time and 
talents that made our 4th of July Celebration a huge success: 

Arctco, Polaris. Johnson Grecnlinc. Anderson 
Power/Hardware Hank. Hubert's Outdoor Power, Creative 
Clippers, St. Hilaire Ag Service. St. Hilaire Feed Mill. 
Northwest Beverage. Hartz Wholesale. Goodridge Hartz, 
Erl's Market, Nelson Equipment, Goodridge Municipal 
Liquor Store, Norma Hanson. Marcclla Hanson, Dale 
Hanson & The Fire Department, Northern Sand & Gravel 
Of'1 tail. Lions Club, and the Farmers Co-op Creamery. 

If we have forgotten to mention anyone we are sincerely 
sorry!. 

The Goodridge Jaycees 



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For Adults 
"An Eye for an Eye" - by Joseph 
Telushkin: This mystery confronts 
one of the more pressing questions 
of our time — is the Biblical demand 
'an eye for an eye. a life for a life". 
revenge orjusticc"? When one mur- 
der sets off another, in revenge, and ■ 
then — following the court case, 
another revenge murder, the whole 
issue comes to question. 

'Growing Up Again* - by Jean 
Illslcy Clarke - Jean lllslcy Clarke, 
author of "Sclf-Estccm: A Family 
^ffair." has now written a book for 
ailiih;, uu [tpiutiaing lUuii uwii 
inner - child, which can assist in 

developing new parenting skills and ond Sharria Wllkena, wai guait ol 
self-esteem for parents, themselves. *"""" "' " '" M - , - 1 - 
Charts, illustrations, and helpful 
exercises assist in showing effects 
on children of parental behavior and 
help parents modify their own 
behavior, this giving them bciicr 
parenting skills. 
' "Paradise" - by Judith 
McNaught: This romance is a h^ui- 
movtng love story about Mcrediih 
Bancroft, a beautiful blonde execu- 
tive with her family's firm of Van- 
croft & Company, and Matthew 
Farrcll, a dynamic and relentless 
corporate tycoon whose business 
was acquiring multinational compa- 
nies. "Paradise" is the slory of ilicir 
destined lives together. 

"Little Sins" - by Mcrediih Rich: 
Spanning more than a decade in 
lime and moving quickly from cli- 
max to climax. "Little Sins" is the 
story of three friends — two women 
and one man— who live in the 
world of the super-rich and arc try- 
ing to make that world their own. 



Effia Vgitol was a Thuraday vtattoi 
of Harold and Chriiry Jagkxn ot Grand 

ForVi. 

VlaJtora from Swadan 
Gaoraa and Kual Ociia antanainad 

" "jnday ' ■ ■ - ■■ - 

mat Pi 
dan. Olhar fluaili war* Roba'rt and 
Rosa Pataraon ol Mantof, thai* daugh- 
tar. Maroia Clark ol Ul*wi», and Mr. and 
Mrs. John Kiupar of flad Laka Fail*. 

Saturday dinnar guasta at tha Uoyd 
Sororwon homa wara tha Kari Soran- 
lon lamily of Wannaika. Tom and Todd 
Wiliait 

Dick and Dan Vlgttof ol Cadar wara 
wsakond vlaitort of Elfla VTgitoJ. 

Shatla, Mollory and Bratt Gtrnrdy, 
Rabaccn. Trida and Todd WUIttt wara 
Sunday dinnar guasts ol tha Lloyd 
Soranion'). 

LUIdalSJioww 
Paula Wilkens. dauQhtar ol Dannls 



honor at a bridal showar on Sunday 
alternoon, hald at tha Praibytarlon 
church. Edna Hyda had decorated tha 
church bosamant and provfdad antar- 
talnmant ond rafrashmanta. Dabbla 
Rewortz, Alice Tillman and Glenyce 
Harrington had readings and Lor on a 
presontod a poem she had written for 
Paula. She opened her glrta, assisted 
by her mother. 3herrie, her sister. 
Sheila, and her lutura mother-in-law. 
Paula will beci-me tho bride of Jon 
Praska ol Thiol Rtvor Falls on Septem- 
ber 5. 

Harold Vanhauor went to Lake villa 
on Friday and spent the weekend ai 
the Ronalie and David Vlgstol home. 
He returned on Monday accompanied 
by wile, Marian, who had spent several 
weeks there. 

Arnle Wlchterman ol Coon Rapids, 
left tor his home Tuesday after spend- 
ing about 10 days with his mother-in- 
law, Uy Lee. 



I rrxfntly inhntlrd an irfiirmal 
iwtii»( »nh Canadian arvl 
:an k(iilaiori on ntun 
i( r^jr (nmmon hradrr floh 
the Mrmhrr of Partiamrni 
from icrou the hnrdrr. and I 
he l»or lhal «noU of uVac pmMrmt 
ihoulJ he tolvrt] hy eltxicd rrprr- 
KTiunvrt We jaiherrd tfjrtthcr a 
group of lefiilatort from our 
rttpcctive itatri and province* to 
hfjm a-ork on aching tScae contm- 
Bin» prohlemt. 

The itiuc of work permitt for 
hordrr |utdct was at the lop of our 
ijtnda. Currrntly our rewn o»tkt» 
arr caujht in a Catch 22' silualion 
hecauae the Canaduni m-ant to fcarc 
them to hire tome Canadian guides, 
hut our current immigration laws 
forbid this. We dec hied to work fiw 
a change in immigration regulations 
which would treat fuhing guides 
like muiicum; muticiani are freely 
granted work permits under a spe- 
cial exception on cither side of the 
border. 

The issue of whether Lake of the 
Woods should be considered inter- 
national waten will be taken up by 
a working group under the U.S.- 
Canadian Free Trade Agreement 
later this month. Hopefully, this will 
resolve the status of these waiers 
once and for all. 

We also agreed to work to stan- 
dardize fishing regulations on the 
border waters. Legislators from both 
sides agreed that consistent regula- 
tions arc necessary lo preserve the 



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■Juiti* Hi ol ihc fnhrnei 
i.rr.ph net fatf to havf 
(n-Vrmrn fn*n rmr »alc of the bor- 
der utaud difrmnttjr than fiihcr- 
mm tmm the other ude We know 
lhal hannmc tommertuJ Tithing has 
hern rntij f>« the economy on our 
tidr of the border The Canadian! 



injrr. 



i are rvcenjri to profrct 



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The Canaduni aiked for our 
help in having Rainy River deng- 
natrd at an ajrxullural port of entry 
ui their caiilc haulers can take the 
ihon way across to Manitooa. Like- 
wise, the Cacadiani agreed to help 
ui get a 24 hour port of eniry on 
Highway 59 at Lancaster. We are 
also going to work together to once 
again permit Canadian Customs to 
do entry inipecuoni ai the airport in 
Baudctte. which will save everyone 
hassles. 

The Canadians raited the issue of 
development and pressure placed on 
the lake by our side; we raised the 
issue of commercial netting on their 
side. We also discussed possible 
solutions lo the Lac la Croix situa- 
tion. 

Our next meeting is scheduled 
for the fall. We can't solve these 
problems overnight, but this meet- 
ing demonstrated our commitment 
to work together. There ore always 
border issues and leaving them to 
the bureaucrats will mcan4hey 
never get solved. I intend to change 
that. 



Highlanding 



Mrs. Kenneth Coan 



378-4351 



Esffiar, David and Gal Rlndafl went Shannon Lundeon was a brief caller 

to Keawatln. on June 27th, to help at the Arnold Haugan home Wadnas- 

Susan and Mlton Olson celebrate thet- da/ afternoon. 

silver rprfdlnrj nnnlvuccry. OHicil fediu Ibv.:, ^lod u Uiu Giuy Jul.n- 

from this area who attended were son home Wednesday afternoon. 

Mabl* OJson, Mr. and Mra. Fred Wide. Last Wednesday Luveme Fore and 

Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Wilde ond lamily Esther Rlndahl visited with Doris 

from Thlel River Falls, Ctlflord Arveson. Rlndahl. 

"/' ""fJ.*!?; Vwnw.Am"* "' **■ "^ Hannah Leigh Vettleson, Infant 

Mra. Alfred Hanson. Mr. and Mrs, Uoyd daughter ol Kevon and Km Vettleson. 

Arveson, Mr. and Mra. Mervtn Rlndahl ma baptized at the Nazareth Lutheran 

and oronddaughter. Mandy Rlndahl. church on Sunday. Wltnesse) wore 

u£!: » J1 !"' ™ and daiJ P hl,r ' Dave and Bonnie Upham. Rev. 
Michelle and AllanOlaon and friend.^ Thomas Rank officiated at the eerviee. 

ffli? a *?Sl 4tol "^ SuMnl Undo nnd Bud Homme and Arnold 

h» eSt ^S^n*^ 2/^ , t . v,,J1Dr « and Ida Haugen were .upper guotte at 

f%" S d P , a^ ^J^ t f m# - *• Roy anr/Edna HawkTiorna Samr- 

Esther Rlndahl visited with Tllla dayevenlna 

J0 ^^, Ia t ?, S J un uT ay ' Bud ana Linda Homme and Roy 

.JP$' Bm randa ? *?%.* '2^' v),Jtor ^^ « ,IW « *» Q^y J "" 30 " hom » 

n W L d l5S; r u^ ,sl at lh * E8,h8f and - Saturday afternoon. 

DavidWndahl home. Oliver Hotatad called at the David 

Luncheon guests at the Arnold Hou- Arveson home on Sunday afternoon. 

*S°^ ft?" S ii md ?. y ST 000 rT* "^ Csam at *• Gtadya Hanson home 

and Edna Hawk, Sharron Johnson, during tho week wara Jane Good, 

ft^S 1 "^ n d Sffndson. Jordan Lester Hanson and Lorraine Mostrom. 
Burstod, and Deanna Johnson. 

Orrln Haugen ol Hlbblng came to tho 0,Iver Hofstad called at the Willie 

Arnold Haugen home early Wednesday Qood nomo on Sunday. Other callers 

morning. He came to attend the funeral tnefB recently were Orben Good and 

for his aunt, Alice Lund, as he was a Daren Arveson. 



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Orland and Laura Roppe, Nlckotoa 
and Gretchon, Roy and Laura Roppe 
wore among many relatives to attend a 
picnic at the Gladys Erfckson farm In 
Goodridge on Saturday the 4th. 

Alice Elllngson, Sharon Aihlert, 
Duane and Louise Elllngson visited 



casket bearer. He returned to his homo 
In the afternoon. 

Tommy Lewis was a coffee guest at 
the Arnold Haugen home Tnruday 
forenoon. Mr. ondMrs. Kenneth Peter- 
son and Mr. and Mra. Roy Hawk called 
there In the evening. 

Mr. and Mra. Gary Johnson ond 
Brian called at the Roy Hawk home on 
Thursday, 

We ore sorry to hear that Kate Knut- 
son Is not feeling very good at this 



mom, Inga Melo out to his place for 
— per on Sunday evening. 

aturday Ardls Anderson of Mln- 



*We rtfie Mem6ers Ofltie Lincoln 
^gh School Class Of 1972, "Wish Ho 
%$cognizt Our -Classmates Who 
9ldve (Died Since graduation. . . 

Todd Adams 

Donna Evenson 

Darald Franson 

Steve Joppru 

-— ^~ Tom LeBtanc — 



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Cheryl Martin 

Mike Muzzy 

Paul Qualley 



"Ho Lose A friend Is Ihe greatest 
Of Alt Losses". 

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"The Bloody Ridges of Pclcliu" 
- From. ihc. War Chronicles scries, 
this video talks about the Japanese- ,. .-, . .... 

dug caves which kept their defenses ' " 0£ f "' vi5l,od wIlh Vomon "I* Ulli ° 
virtually intact during WWII. Mr9< flub Nol3on ond E , 9le 

"The ■ Return lothc Philippines - Berggron visited with Inga Melo " 
From the War Chronicles scries, day afternoon. — 

(his video takes you into Japanese 
occupied (cVrilory to liberate tho 
Philippines. " 



and enjoyed supper at the Chuck u mo . She Is a patfwrt at tho CNC Unit • 'uneral services for Alice Lund, h. 
Elllngson Tuesday evoning. a t the Northwest Medical Center In lhe Bethany Lutheran church 

Harlan Melo camo and brought his Thief River Falls. Gully on Wednesday. 



Mr. and Mrs. Willie Good called at 
the Orben Good homo one 'day during 
the week. , 

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Peterson and 
Roy and Edna Hawk colled at the 
Arnold Haugen home Thursday 
evening. 

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Peterson, Mr. 
and Mrs. Clifford Arveson, Sharron 
Johnson, Edna Hawk, Linda Arveson, 
Bud and Unda Homme, Orrln Haugen, 
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Haugen attended 
Lund, held at 
near 
Gully on Wednesday. 



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Gully News 



Mrs. Esther RutkowskI 



"Okinawa. ..The Last Battle - 
From the War Chronicles series', 
this video details the end of WWII 
wilhjhe Japanese. 

Gatzke . . . . . . 

Mr. and Mrs. Robtirt Ruud. Lorentza 
and Anna of Hayfleld, aiondod a music 
festival at Winnipeg over the wookond, 
and were Sunday .ovefnight guests at 
the ChesEe Ruuahome, ond then went 
to Bomldll. 

Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Peterson and 
Lance, and Donnle Peterson were din- 
ner guests on Wednesday at the Alan 
Sevens home. 

Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wold a! 
Minneapolis, and Mr. and Mrs. Grog 
Harris, Nicholas and Koyla ol Thiol' 
"River' Folia' wors'ot 
the Juel Aune home. 

Mr. and Mrs. Cheslie Ruud visited at 
tho Russell Franzman home noar 
Grygla several days Ia3t week. 

Recent visitors at the Gone Potor- 
son home have been Mr. and Mrs. Mar- 
vin Espe of Roseau; Mr. and Mrs. 
Dwlght Peterson ol Warren, Mr. and 
Mrs. Arne McDonagh ol Florida, Mr. 



Shirioy Wogner and Marc and Torry 
—•son, Ashley and Eth; 

time at Bomldjl visiting. 



Knutson, Ashley and Ethan spent 



'River' Falls' wore'overnlgnt guests at 



Friday evening visitors at the LaVoi 
Thun homo wore Arnold and Vemlce 
Larson and Loanard Torkolson. 

Tuesday evening Florence Borg vis- 
ited at the Hanna Moon homo. 

Carolyn Strom burg and EPon HJello 
visited with Holga Nolson on Wednes- 
day afternoon. 

Sunday evening vlaftori. at y*.9 Aaron 
Watorworth home were Mlchaol and 
Debbie Watorworth and Reed: < 

- Muriel Nolson spent Tuesday after- 
noon visiting with Dolla Elseth. 

Ellon HJello visited with toura 
Haoseth on Sunday afternoon. 

Visitors tho past weak aUhe Inga 
Melo homo were Hanna Moon, Muriel 
Nolson, Delia Elseth, and Harlan Melo. 

Tuesday evening Bud and Ruby 
-Moon- visited -nnd'broughrblnhdoy"" 
wishes to Vomon Olson. 

Milton and Beverly ErJckson attend- 
ed a 4lh of July family picnic at War- 
road on Saturday. 

Tuesday evoning visitors and lun- 
cheon guests at tho Arnold Larson 
home were Gladys Erlckson, Kathy 
■ Erlckaon. Frank and Harrier Kujava, 
Roy and Loura Roppe, Uoyd and Don- 



-.ond'Mrs. Gary Peterson and Maria of nla Larson. Shirley Lelrooth and. Anna 

Middle River, Lorrie Under. Mr. anfl V]x ' l ?;, _. . . . . . , . 

Mrs. Herman Ruud, Mr. and Mrs.TJolo ^Stadsem y ,,H "4" nd on ] V od 

Rogers and flouben Brawley. co^f 8 *"" *nga Molo on Friday. 

,,, j ,, ■ _.. ._ _ ' , . Monday afternoon Vernon and UlPe 

n n M a 0n « ^u R0 ^ nuUd, . Lwon111 ! aMn Ml* W>" Amanda Anderson at 

ond Anna ol Hayliold spent sovorol th B Ktuhmd iMitninn Hnmn 



ston wore Sunday afternoon visitors 
and supper guests at the Cora Hanson 
home. 

Weekend guests at the Mildred 
Sollen home were Mr. and Mrs. Luvem 
Sollen and granddaughter from Buffalo. 

A surprise birthday party was held 
for Mrs. Otto (Alma) Sollen, for her 90th 
birthday at her home In Fosston Sun- 
day afternoon, July 12. Guests were 
Mr. and Mrs. Luvem Sollon from Buffa- 
lo, and granddaughter, James, Sharon 
and Stephanie Sollon ot GonvEck*, 
Stove Sollen of Bemldji, Tracy Cooper 
of Bagloy, Robert and Barbara Sollen 
of Okme, Chris Sollon of Moorhoad, 
Elaine Haugen of Bralnard, Mr. and 
Mrs. WaHy Paulson of Bemldji, Emona 
Erlckson and Clara Rud of Fosston, 
and Mildred Sollon and Larry of Gully. 
Mildred made the birthday cake and 
served coffee. 

Willis Emerson has returned to Horf^ 

con, Wl, after spending two weeks with 
his sister. Effle Handy, and visiting 
other relatives too. Lyn Turenno was a 
Saturday overnight guest with her 
mother. 

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Brolvold of Buf- 
falo, and Lillian Graven of Thief River 
Falls, came over to Gully on Fittayand 
visited with Ann Nyland, and they all 
had dinner at the cafe and took Ann 
along and went to Bemldji. In the after- 
noon they came back by Fosston and 
had supper at Manecke Cafe, and 



Sunday afternoon visitors at Joan 
Olson were Evolyn Johnson and Grace 
Brekko. 

Mr. and Mrs. Duane Song or, Michael 
and Mathow of Olivia, spent several 
days at his homo, the Cathy and Wendt 
Songore. Larry Sanger of Park Rapids 
Was also homo visiting, they also visit- 
ed with other rolatlvos too. 

Joan Olson and Esther Thorasen 
wore. In Bemldji on Wodnosday and 
they also visited with Marlys Carlson at 
Grace Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Morkln 
ol Denver were also there. 

George and Lilly Ness visited Sun- 
day ana had dinner with Mr. nnri Mm 
Bill Noss ol Thiol Rlvor Falls. 



Alice Foroborg visited with Mario 
Klllborgln Bomldjlon Wednesday after- 
noon. Tuesday evening Wanda and 
Reuben Rydeon wore callers at the 
Ken Forsborgo. 

Visitors at tho Arnold Brovold home 
on Monday aftornoon wore Pattl and 
Les-Soronson of Newfoldenrand Pattl's- 
mother,. Evelyn Bain Erlckson of 
Baudetto. Evelyn and Sonna had been 
roommates while attending the North- ' 
west school at Crookston. 

Glenn Tasa and grandson, Nathan 
Solhelm of Rosewell, GA, also stopped 
by for a cup of coffee. Nathan and Eve- 
lyn had been neighbors while the Sol- 
helms family lived at Baudette before 
moving to Georgia. 



Star. 



Karyl Larson attended o teachers 
training reunion al the Best Western on 
Tuesday evenlna. 



Don and Gail Larson, Sarah, Andy and 
Josh. Lavbl also brought a cake. 



Mayme Johnson visited by phone 
Mrs. Josephine Agnes spent three with Mrs. Levin Anderson of Pine River 
weeks wfth the Fillmore Agnes family at on Wednesday forenoon. 
Rollette, ND. Fillmore camo and got his Friday night Mr. and Mrs. Dennis 
mother, ond alio brought her nome Moen and Dot — ' "' ' ■ - 

again, 



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by ' 
Sharon LaCoursWrs 



. . . No tmmftr RtkW 
So. 1 heard the w«i lhal Ross Prtot stepped ool of iht 

prrudcniiaJ rmr. And here I waa even nvmdrrang putting a raarnprr 
atKletonmyear 

1 w as waiting U hear Mr. Perot's stand on the txsucs before I 
roughi DV itKkrr, nut I thought front wltai he had hern saywg. thai 
he might he the man for the ano this year. Ik appeartd lo have a good 
head on hit ihooUcn and a good grasp on (he lasoei. and knew yasl 
» hat wai wrong with (he country. 

I was eagerly waiting for him to reveal the plana he had for 
Tuing up the country, so I could see if he wai really the man I wanted 
fa* pnM»drn4 I figtard he woold toon bf Kllln| at exjrty wl* Hep* 
he was gooig lo take to get cverythtng thipahape. 

I'm glad 1 didn't buy a bumper sticker. They arc hard lo 
remove. 

What bothers me isn't so much that Mr. Perot quit In the middle 
of a campaign. I've teen lhal happen a lot In every presidential 
election that lean remember. Seemi lo me a lot of the qoitJen* were 
my choices, loo. but that ii another story. 

What bothen me about Mr. Perot b the fact that I never found 
out what wonderful solutions he had. What was he going to do to fix 
everything he said was wrong with the country7 1 want lo know. 

I feel abandoned. Il'i a bit like having an old itove that docsnl 
work very well. 1 feel as if I had called m i repair man to fix my 
stove and he looked at ii and told me all the terrible things that were 
wrong and needed fixing right away, and then turned around and left 
without doing anything. 

Now I feel like I have to find myself another repair man 
immediately, because this stove is in really bad shape, much worse 
lhan I thought it was, and I have no idea where lo start tooking for 
such an expert person who can fix a stove that is in such bad shapes 

Maybe il would have been better if I hadn't called Ihc repairs, 
man at ail. I would have gone on using the stove the way it was, 
wiggling the knobs now and then and kicking it. and never have 
known just how bad il really was. 

■ Then again-, come to think of it, maybe it was better lo find out 
ihc truth about the stove. It might be better to know what needs 
fixing and then get a good man in (o do the job so (he stove doesn't 
blow up or fall apart. 

I guess Ml start looking around for another good repair man 
right now. But I will not buy a bumper sticker. 

SL 



East Africa 
missionary 
to speak here 




Rcr Dtrid Ktatsrttcr 

Rcv. David and Karea 
Kingsnter, Assemblies of God mis- 
sionaries to East Africa, will speak 
at the Assembly of God church. 315 
Duluth Ave. No. in Thief River 
Falls, on Sunday. July 26, at 7 p.m. 
according to Rev. Stevenson, pastor 
of the host church. 

The public is invited to attend 
and a free-will missions offering 
will be received for the Kingsriien' 
continued work on the minion 
Field. They have just completed I 
five-year missionary term to the 
East Africa School of Theology in 
-Kenya. 

\ A banker prior to going into the 
mission field. Rev. Kingsrilcr has 
been business administrator at the 
college and trained i degree gradu- 
ate of the college to assume the 
position of business manager. 
Karen taught typing and tutored 
oral English, they will return to 
the college in East Africa in 
August. 



LETTERS 



To The Editor 

What an exciu'nR week for Thief 
River frallsl 

First the Lincoln High School 
Band returned from its perfor- 
mances at the Calgary Stampede 
with third place winnings and 
$1,500 in prize money. Not only 
did they earn this recognition, their 
behavior was exemplnryl We' had 
raves from the chaperones._lhe bus' 
-drivers...the restaurants and 
Canadian Escorts. 

One of the escorts said our 
Lincoln Band was the best behaved 
she ever worked with. She even 
took the band's soiled flags home 
and laundered them so they'd be 
fresh for the next day. 

The weather didn't cooperate— it 
rained on their parade every day — 
but it didn't dampen their spirits. 
We congratulate the parents, the 
students, the chaperones, the 
fundraisers, the school, and most of 
all, director Bruce Felt for extract- 
ing oil this musical-talent. Keep up 



the good work; we are very proud 
of you. 

Secondly, tlic production ol 
"Annie" was just superb. I've never 
enjoyed a pertcrrmance more and il 
was wonderful to see all the com- 
munity interest. 

A musical production such as 
"Annie" is quite an uridertakinfr, and 
Jane Olson irto be cwmtncrided— 
along with all the outstanding per- 
formers. We are so proud of you 
and realize all the long, hard hours 
spent on rehearsing, sets, advertis- 
ing and clean-up. 

I know it's too much to expect, 
but I hope you can do another one 
soon. Pat yourselves on (he back,.,, 
it was wonderful! 

We're fortunate in Thief River 
Falls to find dedicated directors 
willing to develop all this talent in 
our community. Many thanks. 

Sincerely, 
Annette Bcrgan 
Thief River Falls 




RiverValley 



Mrs. Ortaodo Chervestad 
796-5884 



Korydon Chervestad and Aaron vis-' 
Hod with Pastor Roger Fehr and family 
In Warroad last week. 

Mr. and Mrs. Brad Nelson and family 
enjoyed the 4th of July at Bird Island 
near Lengby, boating and fishing. 

Hllge and Clara Johnson, and Cart 
Flaten were noon luncheon guests 
Monday-at Helen Chervestad home. 
Clara and Hllge have moved Into Valley 
Home in Thief River Falls. Carl left for 
Fargo Veteran's Hospital for medical 
attention for several days. - 

Fishing On Canidlan 
Wilderness Laka 
Orrin Syrtveit, Milan Rustan, Ed Eck- 
* strom of Silver Bay, Uoyd Abel, Stove 
Meldewskl of Montevideo, friends of 
Orrln, spent seyeral weeks on an 
Island on Reindeer Lake, SK, Canada. 
They drove their pickups to the lake 
and went by their boat, 60 miles to 
reach their camping ground In the 
wilderness. They set up three tents, 
two sleeping tents, and one supply and 
kitchen tent. They caught many north- 
erns, walloyos and trout, and feasted 
on some dolldous meals. The aroma of 
avorgroon trees and tho beauty of the 
■ north wood a Is a great vacation plea- 
sure. This Is tho fifth trip for Milan and 
Orrln. 

Orrln Syrtovelt and mothor, Gunda, 
made a trip to visit Orlo Syrtveit and 
family of Westby, MT, and sister, Lois 



Lundoon. Thursday evening nrthe 
.Helen Chervestad home. Over 70 rela- 
tives and friends attended tho special 
event. Hostesses were Una Nelson, 
Barb and Annebollo, and Helen Cher- 
vestad, Delorls Jensen, Kathy Dulka, 
Karon Peterson and Vicky Vettleson. 
Alison Is the brido-to-be of Jona 
Bornler. 

A family gathering was held at Milton 
and Arlys Myrum's lake homo south ol 
Nashwauk on Saturday. Driving down 
for the special event were Mr. and Mrs. 
Darraw Lundeen, Fred Lundeen, Ola! 
and Clara Stolons, Blame Stolons of 
Etne. Norway. Mr." and Mrs. Orion Sto- 
loas. Tilda Hedeen of Thief River Falls, 
Evolyn Myrum of Thief River Falls, Nor- 
man Hanson of Fertile, Evelyns lamily. 
Sonja, Renae, Richard and Peggy and 
their families, and many many rein- 



Bjarne Stolaas of Etne, Norway, Is 
spending some time visiting with Olal 
Stolaas. Bjarne was a taxi driver In 
Norway for 54 yoors. BJnme assisted 
many mothers during child birth, near- 
est hospital was 40 miles. Ha carried a 
special hospital kit In the taxi. 

Romona Bush spent the weekend at 
her parents, the Juell Chervestads. 
Those who enjoyed an outing at Pine 
Lake were Romona Bush ot Minneapo- 
lis, Juell and Annebollo Chervestad, 
Mr. ond Mrs. Elden Nouschwander and 
family, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Sparby and 
family, Brandon Mathoson ot Florida. 
and Mr. and Mrs. Kim Chervestad and 
lamDy. 

Brent, son of Brad and Lana Nelson, 
celebrated his 11th birthday July 16th. 
Grandparents coming over for a lun- 
cheon were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Net- 
son, and Helen Chervestad. 

Beth Raebel and son, Garret o) Wis- 
consin are spending o few days on 
their hobby farm, formerly the Albort 
Hogland farm home. Roman RodnlecH 
spent a few days too. Garrett was an 
overnight guest at the Brad Nelson 
home to visit with Chris ond BronL 

Helen Chervestad visited -one day 
with Anna Glsselqulst In Thiol River 
Falls. 

Mr. and Mrs. Brad Nelson and family 
visited at the Kelly Lundeen home Sat- 
urday evening. 

Helen Chervestad and Robert Flaten 
were luncheon guests at the Oliver 
Hofstad home. 



Agder . 



Mr. and Mrs. Ray Barth would like to 
announce Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Kausha* 
gen from International Foils have been 
visitors In their home for a week. Andy 
Barth, son of David Barth, spent the 
week with Mr. and Mrs. Barth. Andy left 
with his father and wBI spend the week 
with him in Warroad, whore he Is 
employed at Marvin Windows. 

Mr. and Mra. Ronald Osborne of 
Moose Lake were here last week for 
tho 40th Prowler class reunion. Charles 
Anderson of Alexandria spent a week 
here and attended his 30th class 
reunion. 

- The family of Carl Anderson, which 
live In Minneapolis were all guests at 
the Edwin Anderson home. 



1 Danl* Packard (tight) and 
Roger Philipp 

Packard has 
internship 
at local bank 

■ Danie Packard, a six-year farm 
business management instructor, 
recently completed a three-week 
internship at Norwcst Bank in Thief 
River Falls with Roger Philipp, the 
bank's business and ag banker. 

The program introduces interns 
to new skills and techniques used in 
industry and business that they can 
share with their clients or students. 
Packard works in many areas of 
fmance with farm families enrolled 
in the adult ag program. 

During*the .program he experi- 
enced first hand banking policy, 
requirements and lending standards 
as they relate to farm and business 
borrowers. He said he appreciates 
the efforts of the bank's employees 
to make his inlerftship a success. 

The internship program is fund- 
ed through the Minnesota legisla- 
ture and has included 1,320 people 
since 1987. There were 324 interns 
in the state this year. 

Heinrichs faces 
drug related 
charges in court 

Following an investigation into 
possession of drugs, Karl Richard 
Heinrichs, 19, Thief River Falls, 
was charged with two counts of 
possession of drugs. 

According to police records, 
police obtained a search warrant for 
a residence on North Main on May 
' 16. During the search, officers dis- 
covered a marijuana plant growing 
under a florcsccnt light in a closet, 
some white powder, and other drug 
paraphernalia. The substances 
found in the residence were sent to 
a Bureau of Criminal Apprehension 
lab'whcrc ihcy were identified "as - 
marijuana, phcnobarbital and 
cocaine. ~ 

Kari Richard Heinrichs was sub- 
sequently charged with possession 
of a controlled substance in the 
fifth degree and possession of a 
small amount of marijuana. On 
July 6, Heinrichs pled not guilty to 
the charges and an omnibus hearing 
was scheduled. 

During court on Monday, the 
case was continued until August 3. 

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Arnold and Vomlco Larson. 




Police investigate 
several accidents 



Jot! & Erfcckaofl, ton o* Mr. and 
Mrs. Gaorga Erlckion ot 
Viking, hat batn namtd 
ttahrtarrt vie* pmkttrrt of the 
Stat* Bank of. Bottineau In 
Bottineau, ND. Ht la a 1985 
graduate ol Warran high 
school and 1989 graduata erf 
North Dakota Stata Unrvarsrry 
In agricultural economics and 
previously worked two yaara 
as an agricultural lander at tha 
Plummer Stata Bank. Ha b a 
mtmber of tha Elka and Uona 
organization a. 

Butcher knife 
taken from 
7-year-old boy 

Police are investigating a report- 
ed incident of a knife-wielding 7- 
year-old boy chasing two other 
boys down a street in Thief River 
Falls. 

Police received a report of two 
young boys being chased by anoth- 
er youth with a butcher knife at 
about 10:55 ajn. Friday, July 17. 
The report came from the area of 
South ConJey where two scared 
young boys ran into a house. The 
mother of one of the youths then 
went outside and confiscated a 
butcher knife from a 7-year-old 
boy. 

The incident is still under inves- 
tigation 

Sparby files 
for re-election 

Wally Sparby filed for re-election 
to his House of Representatives 
- seat. He completed the necessary' 
documents 'and paid his SI00 filing 
fee to Secretary of State Joan 
Growe. 

Sparby chairs the banking divi- 
sion of the House of Representa- 
tive's Financial Institutions and 
Insurance committee and sits on the 
Appropriations and Economic 
Development committee. 



Potter w TWf Rim faltt Mon 
day rrapondrd in a aaanan** of acci- 
dents 

At ft Vi a m police mrtved a 
report a ra*vyrar<*d tsuld had pea 
a car tn gear and canard it to cntbdr 
with a light poir According lo the 
accident report, a car owraed by 
Mark DcKhene. male I. Argyle 
and driven by the mother of two- 
year-old Andrew Jimri Ret- 
muisen, parked the car with the 
motor running id the Northland 
Foods parking lot The ycauagster 
put the car in gear and it went 
through a wire cable and smack a 
light pole m the Krnart parkm* tot 
Tnc youth bruued his dun. There 
was no damage lo the light pole. 
Damage lo the charn was eaumaaed 
at $25. Damage to the car was esti- 
mated at $500. 

At 10:28 am. police received a 
report of a veheke on a tidcwsJk on 
second street and an accident. 
According to the accident report, 
Harold Clarence Johnson. 74. Kart- 
ttad, started his car from a parked 
position just south of the Thief 
River Hotel in an attempt lo move 
forward into a parking space. Just 
as he was doing (his a state-owned 
vehicle, driven by Alan Melvie, 
route 1. Viking, pulled into the 
' paairingspace and the vehicles col- 
lided. The Johnson vehicle went up 
onto a sidewalk, and proceeded 
down the sidewalk and eventually 
entered second street again. Melvie 
then allegedly chased after the 
Johnson vehicle in his vehicle and 
allegedly observed the vehicle go 
through two stop signs, one at 
Third and LaBree and one at Fourth 
and LaBree, before ii was stopped. 
Damages were estimated at over 
$500 to each vehicle. The accident 
is still under mvesugation. 

At 1:50 pjn. police received a 
report of an accident involving 
three vehicles at Eighth and KnighL 



Accordaaf to ** rrpon. a car drtv- 
n by Drauee J. Ajadenoa, roeat 1. 
Keaaedy. was goiag aorta, oa 
Knight *hca a car drlvca by 
Lmmrot Hyatt. M. ansa apau cafl 
oa EighoV The vehicle* coliadcd 
■d dae Hyatt vcJucte alid Imo a car 
owaed by Jaaon Parataaam. roaae I. 
Maddk River, which was atomd 
for Us/Tic at Eighth street faciag 
west. Damages were tH*"*"'* al 
over 1500 lo uV Aadorsoa a* Mr 
and Hyatt vehicle, DamafC B Oae 
Raratancn vehicle was CKimaard at 
$300. Hyatt cotaptataed of cheat 
paia. Anderson com plained of 
bead pain. Both were takes to 
Northwest Medical center by pri- 
vate vehicle. Hyatt was cited for 
taalort lo yield. 

At 4:22 pm, police received a 
report of an accident oa west 13th 
street. According to dae report, a 
car driven by McGssa Gould, That/ 
River Falls, was going west oa 1 3th 
street and a car driven by Waller 
Odegard. 76, Devils Lake, was 
backtnf from a parking space onto 
13th street. The vehicles coflided. 
Damage to the Gould vehicle was 
estimated at $500. There was no 
damage to the Odegard vehicle. 
There were no charges filed or 
injuria reported. 

At 1:15 ajn. on Tuesday. July 
21, police received a report of a 
di stu rbance in aa alley. The distur- 
bance turned out to involve an acci- 
dent. Arxording to the report, a or 
driven by Thomas Altepeter, 14, 
route 2, Thief River Falls, was 
going south on St Paal when be 
rajafcalcftDnTiandlrxa^o^erhu 
shoulder and ran into a tree, Alie- 
petcr then drove the vehicle into an 
alley to get a better look at the 
damage. There was no damage to 
the tree. Damage to the car, how- 
ever, was estimated at $1,500. The 
accident is still under mveatigation. 



Burglary charge pending 



Charges of burglary are pending 
against a Plummer man in connec- 
tion with a burglary in Red Lake 
County. 

Red I.rtff County rhrriffr 
department received a report on 
July 17 that a building on the 
George Duquette farm southeast of 
Plummer had been burglarized and 
some copper wire had been stolen. 
The wire bad been stolen sometime 



the previous nighL 

The Thief River Falls police 
department was notified and infor- 
mation relayed to dealers in the 
nrrfl, Thf sheriff's deprmmenf then 
received infonnation that a person 
had sold some copper wire in Thief 
River Falls. Charges of burglary 
are pending against Jeremy Hunter 
Buckta, 18, Plummer, in conraection 
with this incident. 



Oklee man faces charges 

ler in Crookston. 

The charges against Daaielson 
include fifth degree assault, escape 
from-custody and also criminal 
damage. The charges of criminal 
damage to property and escape 
from custody resulted after Daniel- 
son kicked out the rear window of 
the squad car and escaped He was 
recaptured a short lime later. 



Charges are being filed against 
an Oklee man following an incident 
on July 18. 

The Red Lake County sheriffs 
department received a report of a 
domestic disturbance at about 2 
ajn. on July 19 in the city of Oklee. 
Todd Leigh Danielson, 22, Oklee, 
was taken into custody and is being 
held al the regional correction cen- 




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July II. IW2 



Legion 5-1 in Duluth event 

■ TRF first in runner-up bracket 



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l-Mr>i-i (~lett«. prrOmrd ■ Thtfl 

;V rcr.nrt up r>nxm n( the mulu 
Mr Jiuii.'n .Vtrim Amnicu 
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tn Pululh fnJ*j. Silutdiy and 
SuMs* 

TV I'uma/ncnt began with five 
jroup of five team round-robin 
pl*> Tne top ten te*nn. rrxord 
»iir. mem] cm - IT* lop fossr qtml* 
lien pilling in the chjunpionthip 
hr».let. «ith ihc ncil four nmihen 
trnrttjronjt m ihc runnel -up fancaxt, 
»hik tV No 1-10 teams met ta a 
inrnoUunn came 

Pou 117 began the round-robin 
pomon ot the Mmuncnt with an g- 
4 *m ovrr Ooquct. before knutt to 
eventual firulm Hopkins 4-3. Thief 
River Falls bounced back to beat 
Anoka 3-2 and handled Eh/ 16-3. 

Thief River Fall* then knocked 
off the Tn-Gty Blues from the New 
Brighton iu Durban area 11-3 and 
Hopped hod Duluth Lakeview 12-3 
in runner-up bracket match-apt. 

The weekend performance left 
Post 117 at 23-8 for the year. 

"I wu really pleased with the 
effort, especially the way theyjanx 
back after losing to Hopkitu," 
reported Thief River FtlU coach 
Howard Dalagcr. They were down 
after the loss to Hopkins, bat they 
responded really well. Everybody 

flayed, and everybody contributed, 
t was a team effort We didn't have 
to rely on any one individual. A lot 
of different kids came through for 
us in different ways at different 
times during the tournament.* 

Jt was the third solid tournament 
effort of the summer for Post 117 - 
a winner at the Thief River Falls 
and East Grand Forks Invitationals 
earlier. 

A 10-game Thief River Falb win 
streak ended in a 2-0, 10-3 double- 
header loss at Fargo July 11. 
Shorthandcd Post 117 then lost a 
12-2 five-inning decision in the 
first half of a July IS twinbill at 
F crrit* FnlH hrforp overromrtif n 4- 
1 seventh inning deficit to claim a 
5-4 nine-inning victory in the night- 
cap prior to the Duluth trip. 

One week of regular season play 
remains, starting with a 5:30 p.m. 
double-header at Moorbcad on 



'Wrdnrtdar The untdule then 
vrmn% tap at I rv VYitra field »«h a 
Pclpm dooMehrader acamii 
Rmrau Inday mi a VV) pm tn 
lie fame uinu Drtmt l-*let the 
follow mj lurid** - with I>etroil 
La* ft nia>m|t Crreium m the ore- 
ond half oif the tptd twinbill in Thief 
River Falls that night 

TV eight team stale tournamenl- 
qvaiifying Ninth DiitrKt playofli 
will ret anderwar July 30 at ktaurjn 
Read sn Moorbcad 

Tratt Rrvw Fafts B 

Ctoquet 4 

Thief Rjver Falli mapped a 4-4 
be with a pair of fifth inning runs 
Friday afternoon en route to an 8-4 
ftm round win over OoqueL 

Back-to-back singles by Marc 
Haugen and Mitch Bernstein were 
followed by a two-run Carter 
Rogalla single to break tbe firth 

A two-run suth inning home run 
by Jason Svir sealed tbe win. 

Darin Wald was the winning 
pitcher, with Haugen working two 
innings in relief. Bernstein had two 
hits in four at-bats for Thief River 
Falls' only multiple-hit effort. 



ItorAsnt w-twjrtl up in the tntrn* 
mm! finali be forr loiing to F^Vn 
Prune 7 A 



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Thief Rvw Fa':s 3 

Anoka „2 

Thief River Fills won a 3-2 early 
morning Saturday match-up against 
Anoka on an RBI single by David 
Blarek in the lop of the seventh 
inning. 

Post 117 grabbed an early 2-0 
lead on a Trevor Haugen RBI tingle 
in the second inning and a run- pro- 
ducing error in the third following 
base hits by Mitch Bernstein and 
Pete Balmer. 

Anoka tied it with a pair of runs 
in the bottom of the fourth, bat a 
two-run Thief River Falls rally in 
the seventh started when Carter 
Rogalla drew a walk and moved to 
second on a wild pitch. Marc 
Haugen also walked and Blazck fol- 
lowed with his game-winning hit 

Jeremy Olson was Thief River 
Falls' starting pitcher. Marc Haugen 
came on in relief in the sixth and 
picked up the win. 

Blazck was 2-for-4 to lead the 
Thief River Falls offense. 



Hopkins 

Thief River Falls 



4 

3 



Hopkins capitalized on three 
fourth inning Thief River Falls 
errors to score all of its runs in a 
come- from -be hind 4-3 Round 2 
Friday win. 

An RBI single by Jason Svir gave 
Thief River Falls a 1-0 third wriing 
lead, and it became 3-0 in the top of 
the fourth on an RBI double by Pete 
Balmer and a run-scoring single by 
Wide Evenson. 

But in the bottom of the inning. 
irrc crime's only errors were com- 
bined with three Hopkins hits and a 
walk in a game-winning four-run 
frame 

Mitch Bernstein, was the losing 
pitcher. Marc Haugen led the Thief 
River Falls offense with a 2-for-3 



h • 

Thai" fc«r Fib —Oil 000 1 - 3 6 1 
Anoka . Q00 200 - 2 5 2 

Thief River Falls 16 

Ely 3 

Rick Ostby, David Blazck. Wade 
Evenson, Chad Bjorgaard, and 
Trevor Haugen all had two hits 
apiece as Thief River Falls-collected 
a 16-3 five-inning Saturday after- 
noon win over Ely. 

Bjorgaard and Haugen both drove 
in four runs and Evcnson iinished 
with three RBL 

Darin Wald picked up his second 
pitching victory of the tourtuunenL . 



TRF 14-15-year-olds 
involved in playoffs 



District Babe Ruth baseball tour- 
nament play for 14- IS- year-olds 
will take place in Crookston begin- 
ning Friday. 

The six-team, double-elimination 
event includes South Half qualifiers 
Crookston, Thief River Falls, Red 
T a kr Falls, and East Grand Forks, 
along with North Half entries 
Roseau and Warroad. 

Coached by Chris Nelson and 
Rick Looker, the Thief River Falls - 
district squad is a combination of 
players from the regular season 
Marlins, Lobos, Strikers, and 
Shockers. 

A round-robin South Half seeding 
tournament was played in Thief 
River Falls Saturday and Sunday, 
with Crookston going 3-0, while 
Thief River Falls, Red Lake Falls 
and East Grand Forks all finished 1- 
2. 

Friday district match-ups will 
find find Red Lake Falls playing 
Roseau or Warroad at 9 ajn., while 
Thief River Falls takes on East 
Grand Forks at 12-noon. The 9 tun. 
_ winner meets Crookston at 3 pjn. 
-and the 12-noon winner goes 
against Roseau or Warroad at 6 pjn. 

Play continues Saturday and 
Sunday. The title gome is planned 
Sunday at 3 pjn. If a second game 
is needed in the double-elimination 
format, it will be played Monday ai 
11a.m. 

Also on tap this weekend is the 
Lake Agossiz Invitational at East 
Grand Forks. Thief River Falls will 
have two entries in the event, which 
is designed for 14-15-year.oIds who 
were not on their respective district 
team rosters. Steve Henke and 
Chris Mills will be the Thief River 
Foils coaches. 

Thief River Falls 14-15-year-olas 
will complete a set of regular season ' 
games before the two tournaments 
get underway. Match-ups at Irv" 
Wilson Field today (Tuesday) 
. included the Marlins vs. Lobos ai 4 
p.m. and Strikers vs. Shockers at 6. 



SMdng Toumomor* RMutta 
a Saturday - Crookston 8, TWot Rlvor 

Fat* 5: East Grand Forka 12, Rod Lafca Fata 

11: Crookston 10. Eaal Grand Forka 0: Rad 

Lalia Faa> 1 1 . ThM Rhrsr FaBa 1 . 

■ Sunday - CrooMon 11, Rad lafctf Fata 

1C-. ThMRhw Fata IB. East Qrand Forka 4. 



Wednesday games at Irv Wilson 
Field will feature the Shockers vs. 
the East Grand Forks A's at 10 am 
and the Lobos vs. the- East Grand 
Forks Blue Jays at 12-noon. 

Crookston..."; '. 6 

Thief River Falls 5 

Crookston used a four-run fifth 
toning to beat Thief River Falls 6-5 
in the first round of the South Half 
seeding tournament. 

Kaine Martell was 2-for-3 tttlead 
the four-hit Thief River Falls 
offense. 

Chris Vinyo was the starting and 
losing pitcher, with Eric Bjorgaard 
pitching the seventh in relief. 



Thief River Fails 11 

Tri-City Blues 3 

A six-run outburst in the bottom 
of the sixth inning broke open a 
close game as Thief River Falls 
defeated the Tri-City Blues 11-3 in 
the runner-up bracket semifinals 
Sunday afternoon. 

Nathan Knutson sparked the 
Thief River Falls offense with a 4- 
for-4 game that included four RBI. 
Jason Svir picked, up two hits in 
three at-baa. 

■ Knutson bad a two-run single as 
Thief River Falls jumped out to a 3- 
first inning lead, and drove in 
another run as Post 117 made it 5-0 
in the third. 

Tri-City pulled within 5-3 in the 
top of the fourth, but Thief River 
Falls combined four hits, a walk and 
two Tri-City errors in the six-run 
sixth. Knutson had an RBI double 
in the outburst, while Wade 
Evenson and Svir both came up 
' with run-scoring singles. 

David Blazck was the winning 
pitcher. 



HWorncn> Soft frail h ~ 

TW* RnTt PaJli Wmrni Mow 
r*iv>i Vrthall l**rwt trams piaytd 
mair up gftmrt Imlay. (wQing mti 
Ihf m hnd.it tng hacking (anted by 
earlier w-tather forced postpooe- 

Ridrcruf»r>frt/n*u Weiirrn Inst 
out uiited Pi/ia Hut 20- 13 and 
ttomd namesake Beat Wt^atern Ina 
?4.; m ihrre innings for a Fndiy 
mi hi doubWteadrr sweep. Cheryl 
(H«i hn two home runs in Two at- 
bats. Andi Nelson went 3-for-3. 
while Paula Panfulik, PanJ Peterson 
and Villi lloverscn wtre all 4-for-5 
in the Ridgerunncrs' was over Pius 
Hut NcIkx) added a 4-for-4 game 
against Best Western Inn, with 
Fanfulik. Trad Kempert and 
Michelle Lnckson each going 3-for- 

Kara Anderson drove in the 
tame- winning run so finish off a 4- 
for-4 game and teammate Sue Lee 
was 3-for-4 as the Muih-a-rcti 
edged the Swingers 4-3 in the first 
half of a doublehcader sweep that 
also included an 11-4 second-game 
vxtory over VFW. 

Brodin Sheet Metal outlasted St. 
Hilaire Elevator/Lynn's Refrigera- 
tion 26-16 as Sara Lokstad home- 
red, Kristi Olson, Ann Olson and 
Shelly Hellc were all 5-for-5. Barb 
Natvik went 5-for-6. and Mary 
Knutson was 4-for-4. 

Bonnie Davidson went 3-for-3 
with a pair of triples and four RBI 
as Piiza Hut got by Legion/Sainer 
Law 10-9 on Karen Wickstrom'i 
game-winning RBI. Wickstrom. 
Chickie Walseth and Brenda Russell 
were all 2-for-3 for the winners. 

A 5-for-5 game by Shcrri Larson, 
along with 3-for-3 efforts by 
Raycttc Bcnkc and Kim Peterson, 
lifted the Swingers past Brodin 
Sheet Metal 1^4. 

DUUmI 

w I 

Ridoorunnora/BMtWaitom..,, 13 3 

LagcrVSairwr Law 13 3 

Mush-*rsiti , 11 5 

VFW 10 6 

PuzaHui 8 8 

DrvtalM U 

Best Wostom Inn 7 

Swingora 8 B 

Bnxfcn Shoot Motaf 6 10 

St Hiktro Etovator/Lrnn't 1 14 

Qoodrtdoe Jaycees IS 

Raaulta 
Friday. July 17 - (8:20 sun.) Muah-a- 
rals 4, Swinger* 3: Laglon/Saihar Law 0. 
VFW 0: RtdoorunrwnVBMt Woatom Inn 20. " 
Pizu Hut 0; Brodin Shaat Motal 2fl. Si. 
Hilairo Elovator/Lynn'a Rotrlgarallon 10; 
Boat WMtarn Inn 24. Goodhdoa JoyoMa 2. 

EiM p.m.) Swlngara IB, Brodin Snaat 
Dial 4; Muah-a-rola 11. VFW 4; 
RkJgnrunnonuBasI Wastorn Inn 24, Boat 
Wmkxn Inn 2: PLxra Hut 10. LogtowSathat 
Law 0. No acoro roporlod on Si. Hllalra 
Ekwatoriynifs RofrigoraSon va. Goodridoo 
Jayoaoa. 

Scrwdu(« 
W adnao day , July 23 • (fl:20 pjn.) Bad 
Waalam Inn va. St Hilata DavalofA.ynn'B 
RaMooratlon. Flald 1; Saringan vs. Brodn 
Stool Mats). Flald 2; Loolonfeathtr Law va. 
VFW, FlaW- 3; Huah-a-rala va. 
Rksg*rurtnons/8«al Woattm Inn. Flald 4; 
Pizza Hut vs. Goodridoo Jaycooa. FWd S. 
fTaOpjnJ Boat Woatom Inn va. Goodrtdgo 
Jayoaoa. FWd 1;SL HUra Estvatordynnra 
Ralrlgaralion vs. Swlngara, Fiald 2; 
Rldgorunnars/Bosl Wastorn Inn va. 
Lagtonfflatwrtaw. FtaW3:VFWva.8rodki 
Shoot MotaL Flald 4: Musha-rota va. Ptzza 
Hut, FWd 5. 



Gryola qraduata in footb all game... 

Rychlock headed 
to all-star contest 



krnny Rythkxk of Oryjla will 
be part of the cast rrportng for the 
I9v2 Krans Classic Miaacaoll 
nigk acbool all star football game 
when a oste-weck training camp 
oixni Ssndav. July 26, at the 
university of Msttneaota 

Rychlock. who helped lead 
Gryala-Ooodridgc to a runner-up 
finish in the 1991 Nine-Man state 
football playoffs, will be a member 
of the Ouuuue seam that win meet 
the Metro squad in the 7 p.m. 
Saturday. Aug. I. football game at 
the University of SL Thoraas in 5l 
PauL He is luted on the roaser as a 
a 6-1, 225-pound offensive guard. 

The game, which features last 
year's outstanding aenior players, is 
a project of the Minnesota High 
School Football Coaches 
Association. Kemps is in its second 
year as the title sponsor. 

Other area players on the OutsUue 
team include running back Jason 
Milter, Mahnomen, 1 center Bryan 
Boll, Crookston; offensive tackle 
Chris Bcrgstrom. Warroad; defen- 
sive end Ryan Tangcn, Win-E-Mac; 
offensive tackle Jeff Ncbon, Detroit 
Lakes; and nose guard John Winter, 
Waubun. 

John Peterick of Mahnomen is 
one of the assistant coaches on the 
Outstate team, headed by Steve 
Solan, who led BOLD to the 1990 
and 1991 Class B stale tides. 

Mike Grant, whose Forest Lake 
team lost to in double-overtime to 
eventual Class AA stale champion 
BumsviUe in the 1991 playoffs, will 
be the head coach of toe Metro 
team. 

The 1992 Outstate-Metro match- 
up will be the 13lh meeting in the 
annual all-star series, which is tied 
at six games apiece. The Metro 
team won three of the first four 
games, prompting speculation that 
the talent from the Twin Cities was 




Jmmy Rychlock 

superior and a change in formal 
would be necessary. There was a 
concern raised, but then the Outstate 
won three of the next four games 
and there has been no talk of chang- 
ing the format since," said Game 
Director Jim Dotscth. 

Included on the two rosters are 
several players headed for major 
college football programs, including 
Bcrgstrom and Mark Tangcn 
(Concordia Academy), who will 
attend the University of Minnesota; 
Mike McCullough (Chaska). Notre 
Dame; Graham Gnos (Bloomington 
Jefferson), Northwestern; Jamil 
Clark (Hopkins), UCLA; Steve 
Rosga (Cretin/Durham-Hall), 
Colorado: and Pal Larson 
(Stillwater), Wyoming. 

Tickets are available in advance 
from high school football coaches 
with players in the game, and will 
be sold at St. Thomas beginning at 6 
p.m. on game day. Tickets are 
priced at $6 and $4 when purchased 
in advance; $7 and $5 at the gate. 



TRF, EGF split VFW 
baseball decisions 



Red Lake Falls .. .. 
Thief River Falls- 



Red Lake Falls scored 10 tirnes in 
tbe third inning en route to an 11-1 
Round 2 decision over Thief River 
Falls. 

Rob Stock and Tim Barry split 
the four' innings of pitching, with 
Stock getting the loss. 

■at** 

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_ooo or- 1 2 3 

0110 00 -11 10 2 

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East Grand Forks .4 

(Qsotinued on Page 15) 



Thief River Falls 12 

Duluth Lakeview .-. 3 

Jason Svir had a single, double 
and triple in -five at-bats and drove 
in three runs as Thief River Falls 
completed its tournament run with a 
12-3 late Sunday afternoon decision 
over Duluth Lakeview in the'run- 
ner-up bracket finals. 

Marc Haugen, Nathan Knutson 
and Rick Ostby hod two hits apiece, 
with Ostby producing a bases-load- 
ed sixth inning double to help Thief 
River Falls turn a 6-3 lead into- an 
11-3 cushion. 

Mitch Bernstein was the winning 
pitcher. Barry Dowers worked an 
inning of relief. 

loaswig/saaJaifja 



Universal Screen 
Print serves as a 
baseball sponsor 

Five teams played a round-robin 
schedule in the first Thief River 
Falls Universal Screen Print 
Invitational baseball tournament for 
11-12-year-olds July 11. 

Thief River Falls Gold won the 
event with a 4-0 record, with Grand 
Forks finishing second at 3-1. 
Roseau White. Roseau Green and 
Thief River Falls Blue oil went 1-3. 

Twelve-year-olds on the Thief 
River Falls Gold squad were Casey 
Skjerven, Justin Walseth, Chad 
Nordhagen, David Hoglo, Jason 
Swanson;' Hamilton Keefe, Chris 
Mumm, Wade "Chiodo, Chris 
Manning, Jeremy Swanson, Ryan 
Rogalla, Scth Martell, and Jeremy 
Houske. 

Elcven-ycar-olds playing on the 
Thief River Falls Blue team were 
Treavor Peterson, Anthony Ryan, 
Andrew Salem, Eric Bjomstad, Jeff 
Bestc, Joe Pribula, Mike Dowers, 
Matt Brcuer; Josh Boman, Derek 
> Berg, Josh Cahalan, Wade Haviland, 
'Darin Bjcrknes, Jeff Rislov, and 
Dusty Mclby. 

Tournamant Results 

■ Round 1 -TRF <3oU B. Grand Forka fl; 
Roaoou Whfto 10, TRF Bin 3. 

■ Round 2 • Grand Forka 0, Roaaau 
WhKo 0; TRF Gold 12, Rosomi Groon 4. 

■ Round 3 • Roaoau Groon 11, Roaoau 
WWtofl; Grand Forka 10. TRF Bluo 1. 

■ Round 4 - TRF Bluo 5, Roseau Groon 
3: TRF Gold 8. Roaoau WhMo 4. 

■ Round B - Grand Forka 10, 'Roaoau 
Greon 1 : TRF Gold 8. TRF Bluo 0. 



Thief River Falls won the first 
game 9-7, but East Grand Forks 
held on for a 15-12 second-game 
victory Monday in a VFW baseball 
doubleheader for 16-year-olds ai Irv 
Wilson Field. 

Rick Looker-coached Thief River 
Falls VFW, 4-7 for the year, will 
close out regular season play with 5 
''p.m. doubtcheaders at Moorhead 
tonight (Tuesday) at home against 
Fergus Falls Wednesday. 

Five-team, double-elimination 
District 9 tournament will begin 
Sunday in Bemtdji. 

Thief River Falls 9 

East Grand Forks 7 

Carter Rogalla homered and dou- 
bled in three at-bats, driving in four 
runs, as Thief River Falls ckiined a 
9-7 win to open Monday's double- 
header against East Grand Forks. 

Tim Barry was 2-for-4 as Thief 
River Falls out-hit East Grand Forks 
9-3. 

Barry was the starting and win- 
ning pitcher, with Rogalla coming 
on in relief in the sixth to pick up a 



East Grand Forks 15 

Thief River Falls ....12 

Thief River Falls produced a 
seven-run rally in the bottom of the 
seventh inning, but it was too little, 
too late as East Grand Forks 
escaped with a 15-12 Game 2 win 
and a twinbill split 

Carter Rogalla was 2-for-2 with a 
double and a triple, while Kaine 
Manell and Tun Barry were both 2- 
for-4 in the Thief River Falls 
offense, 

Eric Bjorgaard was the starting 
and losing pitcher. Brian Minks, 
Martell and Brett Peterson pitched 
in relief. 

fwrlaf/lnafafle 



Babe Ruth 13-year-olds 
wrap up regular season 



Regular season Babe Ruth base- 
ball games were scheduled to be 
completed today (Tuesday) for the 
Thief River Falls 13-year-olds as 
the Sox took on the Mudhcns al 10 
ajn. and the Mudhcns went against 
the Gophers at 12-noon at Irv 
Wilson Held. 

The three Thief River Falls' teams 
will oil be represented at the district . 
.tournament in Warroad beginning 
Friday. A seeding meeting will be 
held tonight. 

In a split doubleheader Monday 
at Roseau, the Mudhcns won a 13- 
10 match-up, while the Gophers ' 
claimed on 8-6 victoryr 



out-scored Roseau 13-10. 

Jon Blomker was the winning 
pitcher, with Nels Brown picking up 
a save for the 8-9 Bill Poolc- 
coached Mudhcns. 



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!10 



Thief River Falls overcame an 
early 6-^1 deficit as the Mudhcns 



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TRF Gophers....: ..8 

Roseau " 6 

Karl Anderson and Adam Kuck 
were both 2-for*-3 with a pair of RBI 
as the Gophers got by Roseau 8-6. 

Anderson was the winning pitcE? 
er as the Barry Dowers-coached 
Gophers went to 3-12 for the year. 

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■hooting to earn a post-season 
anoot-off berth. They will he >osned 
by Second Half Season quaiifscn. 

Julv 20 remits included 25--> 
straight rouswls recoraVd by Dan 
Narverod. Narverad Ckariers; Karl 
Btorlmaa, Johnson Trap Co.; Bill 
Moreau and Linton Vlatak 
Bridgcman's No. 1; Howard 
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1 7-i a. Qarr Andonwn 1 7 7-34 

Fair Week Tournament 
championship won by 
TWIns* 11-12-year-olds 

The Twins beat the Pirates 13-S 
in the July 9 finals of the double- 
elimination Fair Week Tournament 
for the 11.12-year-olds in the Thief 
River Falls Park & Recreation 
Department youth baseball program. 



Club Best Ball golf 
tournament won by 
Wlltae*Hendrickson 

Jeff Wifcae and Jrff lkssdnckaoo 
teamed «p 10 »tn championship 
flifhl honors in the July M Club 
Fteot Ball Toomammt at the Thief 
Rrw OoU Club 

Wlltse and Hendnckson had 
rounds of 34-35 34 for a 103. rnv 
libini one shot ahead of Gary 
Laidley and Dave Geati. who 
turned ma 34-34-36. 



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Bmia uma m un - M. 2 Bruoo Sauossd- 
jka«Wadm«3*-ai. et. 



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Woodman Contrueoon 
Brue* Pharmacy..... 



■ Round 1-BkjaJayo dot Plraaa 

■ Round 2 • Mrmora braoM) Tata oof 
A». tn««na dot Dodoont Uirtun eW BkM 
Jaya. Vsrtiooa dot Aawa. 

■ Round 3 - (^mom bradaf] T*ma dot. 
Indians: Yankooa dot, UarMors. [losora 
brackai)PVaSMdat.A-a. 

■ Round 4 - (wtanori bradwt) Twtna dot 
Yankoaa: (loaara brachat) Piiaiaa dot. 
Dodgora. Aatfoa dat. Bkio Jar*. 

■ Round 3 - Ooaar* bracM) Praiaa dat. 
tlarviora, Aatrao dot Indfcsra, 

■ Round 8 - (toaara braohot) PksSoa dot. 



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OavoJobolB-9-24. 

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Nolaon 1*3-22, Room H£4o 24-0-24. John 
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MarvorudCloaiwalll, 

Bruoo Pharmacy M 

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NalKanaon 23-1-24. 

• Bruoo Pharmacy - Lynn SksbtcM 23-1- 
24. Slave At»y 22-4-24. Ron Hanson 1B-2- 
20. 

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Woodman Conatructten 114 

• Bafcka insuranoa - Goorao Hanostad 24- 
S-24. Warron hianaalad 23-1-24, Oory Lana 
23-0-33. Rogor Uaunlor 20-0-20, Bob 
Boaudry23-1«4. 

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24. Jkn Ooau 13-6-21 , Kurt Grorud 23^3-24. 
Tony Oom Inc. ill, 
8L»tatraBavalor1l7 

• Tony Oom tno. - Kan Garcoau 22-6-24, 
Bob Olauqua 21-1-22. Frod Otson 23-1-24, 
Chars* Jonaa 22-2-34. Ed Swantok 23-0-24. 

• a. HBaJra Etovator - Doan Bnjpooman 
21-2-22, Jod Nataon 10-5-23. Randy Jordo 
23-2-24, Kurt Nolaon 20-4-24, Pick Horton 
21-5-24. 

Johnoon Trap Co. 121 , 
Brksgoman*oHo.21t» 

• Jorinaon Trap Co. - Fran Johnaon 24-0- 
24. Al SMWiauor 24-1-24. Rick Sovdo 24-0- 
24. Dan Undqutat 21-5-24. Karl BJorttman 
2SO-29. 

• Br«oaman^rte.2-Rlck/Vidan»on20- 
3-23. Chda Andonwn 18-4-22. Bll Moroou 
25*25. Mka Baady 1B-6-34, Unton Vlasak 

250-28. 7 7^ __ .. _ 

PtnaHutni. 

tXOJI.102 

• Ptna Hut - Bocky Flachar 21 -2-23. Cory 
Thoraon 24-1-24. Ryan SWbkAl 22-4-24, 
Kovtn Eilokaon 24-244. John Maftaon 24-3- 
24. 

• D.O.M. - Tony Dom 23-4-24, Don 
Kaaparl 24-4-24. AlSoughton 23^-24. . 



■ Round 7 - ftnat*) T«tna dtl. PValaa. 

— J Baseball I — 

(Continued from Page 14) 
Eric Bjorgaard pitched five 
innings of one-hit baseball as Thief 
River Falls completed its tourna- 
ment run with a 19-4 win over East 
Grand Forks. 

Bjorgaard struck out four and 
walked two. 

Offensive^, the 15-hit Thief 
River Falls attack included a 3-for-3 
game by Dusty Eddleman and two 
hits apiece for Kaine Martell, Ryan 
Bcndickson and Bjorgaard. 



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Morffrwost MectcaJ Conkx .12 
Bott Wostom Inn .10 

TRF Avwuon^tlpan 

Kniphts ot r^umbus.'Koyslona 9 

Rk£* Appkanoa 6 

OaloConax 3 



KKAQ107 

• Woatslde Motor* - Ryan Htrfa 13*21. 
Andy Trl 13-B-2>. Brack Jonkkta 10-6-21. 
Kovh JonMna 17*24. Jorry J«iMna 20* 



— | Area Snorts I — 

. Crookston Summer Classic bas- 
ketball tournament, designed for 
boys and girls entering grades 6-7-8 
this fall, will be held Friday. 
Saturday and Sunday, Aug, 7, 8 and 
9. 

The round-robin scheduling for- 
mat will feature four-to-six teams 
for each .sex and age. bracket.. 
Games will be played at Highland 
Elementary School, Crookston 
Central High School and the 
University of Mmncsola-Crcokston. 

Entry fee i3 $40 per team. Each 
team must provide an adult to serve 
as a referee and/or scorekeeper for 
the tournamem. 

For additional information, or to 
register, call Bruce Brorson ol 281- 
6510, extension 345. 



MgMirttng. M im A nw W Eys CMC i 

Raautta 

Thursday, Jury IS • (l$0 pun) Buach 
7. Arclco 1: Molvlos 24. Slonoa Mootkt 
Rado 12; Swoda-a Placa 21. Rusty Nat 11; 
Papal 17. ftua Hul a; SL Watt Baara 11. 
Monhwosl Eyo Clnk: 4. (730 pm) Ruaty 
Nail 0. Nortrtwaai Eya Clink: 0: Stono'a 
Uobllo Radio 10. P&ia Hut 6: Swodo'a 
Placa 34. Arctco 4; Busch 13, Papal 0; 
MoMaa 7. SI. Htatt Baara 6. 
Schodulo 

Tuaaday. July 21 • (0:20 p.m.) 
Hkjhlanang va. Nonhwoat Morlcal Conkar, 
Fkrtd 1: Oslo Conox vs. Rlcka Appianoa. 
Flald 2: Boal Woitam Inn va. TRF 
AviaTon/Bull Pan. Flald 3: Molvloa va. 
Knigrita of C»tumbus*oytlono Ught. FWd 
4. (7:30 pjn.) UoMus vc. Oolo Conox. 
Flald 1 : HfahlanrJng va- Bool Woatam bin, 
Flald 2: Ruaty Nail vs. Rlck'a AppUanco. 
FWd 3: StonVa UobOo Rado va. Nortiwoat 
Modlcal Cantor. Flold 4; Knlghla ot 
Columbua/Kayatono Light va. TRF 
AvWlonfiul Pan. Fast Pitch FWd. 

Thursday, Juty 23 - (fcaOrpm) Ardco 
va. EvanooRcaJ Froa Church. FWd 1: Papal 
va. SL rdako Boara. FWkt 2; Ptna Hut va. 
Ruaty Nail, Flald 3: Swado'a Placa va: 
Nortnwast 6ya CJWC. Ftald 4; Buach «. 
Stono'a Mobfio Rsdo, FWd 3. (7J0rxmJ 
Rusty Nail va. EvangollcaJ Froo Church. 
FWd 1: BwwkVa Ptaco va. Buach, FWd 2; 
Papal va. Pizza Hul. Raid 3: Arctco vs. 
Norlhwost Eyo Clinic. Flold 4: Btono'o 
Mobao Rado va. SL Hluira Boars. FWd 5. 

PrWay, Juty 24 • (830 pm) Papal vs. 
Northwaai Eyo ClWc. Raid 1; Rusty Nal va. 
Evanoaaosl Froo Church, Raid 2: Arcto va. 
Btontfa Mobwa Radio. FWd 3: UaMaa vs. 
HldhltnOtng, Flold 4: Ssrodtfa Ptaco vs.- 
Plrza Hut. Flold 5; Busch vs. St. Hilal/o 
Boara. FWd 0. (730 pm) Popal vs. Rusty 
Nail, Flald 1: Stono'a Mobllo Radio vs.. 
HteWar«ang, Boltl 2; Arctco va. Northwoat 
Eyo CWcTWd 3: EvangoacaJ Froo Church 
vs. MoMoo. Flold 4; Busch vs. Pizza Hut. 
FWd S: Swede* Placo va. SL Hlaua Bears. 
FWdO. 



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July 21, 1992 



Several accidents 
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fr.pon.lcJ in iocr«l rrporii of 
■KoJenu during trie pan *eek 
lonurmch. the *t,viJ<rmi dkl r>t* 
irvWiC «crxxn in^mcv 

Atttdrttv On Jul. 11 at 5 21 
pm (xJne mcivcd a rcpon (V an 
■LXklrni si hni ami an alley by ine 
library Accoding u> inc rrpon. a 
pickup dm en by Darty Harbotl. 
Thief River Fills. Wfl»d M Fir* 
and LaBrte »hcn a van driven by 
Glen Davidson. TTiicf River Fall*, 
ran into ihc rtar of the Harbotl 
*chklc Danu^ei »ere euimilcd 
at $200 to the llarbou vehicle and 
SXlOioinc DavKivm vehicle. Har- 
hod hit his head on ihc windshield. 

On July 15 ai 8.A7 am. the iher- 
tlTs dcfunment received a report of 
a car and pedestrian accident at 
Future Fuel. According to ihc 
report. Roger Borpcn of Thief 
River Fall*, was walking north in 
the parking lot and was struck and 
knocked to the ground by a vehicle 
driven by David Dooias. Thief 
River Falls. The Dobias vehicle 
was hacking northeast in the park- 
ing lot Borgen had back and neck 
injuria and was brought by private 
vehicle to Northwest Medical Cen- 
ter. 

On July 15 at 7:50 p.m. police 
received a report of an accident on 
First and KneaJe. According to the 
accident report, a Voyageur van 
driven by Patsy Johnson, Red Lake 
Falls, west on First was slowing to 
make a left turn, when a car driven 
by Mark James Olson was attempt- 
ing to pass on the left side. The 
vehicles collided when Johnson 
began turning her vehicle left. 
Damages were estimated at S800 to 
the Johnson vehicle and $200 to the 
Olson vehicle. Olson was cited for 
improper passing. 

On July 16 at 12:05 a.m. police 
received a report of an accident at 
Fifth and Kinney. According to the 
report, a van driven by David Allen 
Hendrickson, route 1, Strathcona, 
v.-nt tmvrliniT west on Fifth street 
and at Kinney where the road hits a 
deadend, the vehicle struck a 
dumpster. Hendrickson had a cut 
on his face and was taken to North- 
west Medical center where he was 
treated and released. Charges are 
pending against Hendrickson for 
gross driving while intoxicated. 
Damage to the vehicle was estimat- 
ed at SI .000. Damage to the dump- 
ster was also estimated at SI, 000. 

On.July 16 at 8:45 a.m. police 
received a report of a three vehicle 
accident on First street. According 
to the accident report, a picku] 
drives by Norman ' 
River Falls, was stopped in traffic 
facing west on First street. A vehi- 
cle driven by Rachel Kvasager 
stopped behind the Leader vehicle 
when it was struck by a vehicle 
driven by Lori Ann Keller of route 
2, Bej'ou, which pushed the 
Kvasager vehicle into the Leader 
vehicle. There were no injuries in 
the accident. Damages were esti- 
mated at $100 to the pickup driven 
by Leader. S700 to the Kvasager 
vehicle and none to the Keller vehi- 
cle. 

On July 15 at 11:30 mn. police 
received a report of an accident on 
Brooks avenue- According to the 
accident report, a pickup driven by 
Wallace Sparby, Thief River Falls, 
was going south on Brooks when a 
van driven by Jeffrey Asp of Thief 
River Falls, exited a parking lot 
onto the avenue. The vehicles col- 
lided causing an estimated $3,000 
damage to the Sparby vehicle and 
$2,000 to the vehicle driven by 
Asp. Sparby complained of pain in 

On July 16 at 6 pjn. the sheriffs 
department received a report of an 
accident one-quarter mile south on 
Johnson drive. According to the 
accident report, a car driven by 
Cole Furuseth, 16, Thief River 
Falls, and owned by Wesley Stoic 
of Thief River Falls, was traveling 
south on the road when he reached 



o\r»-n to adjutt the radw The vehi- 
cle went onto the *« ihoukfcf of 
the mad. Kurwcth hit hit nrakri 
and the vehicle went onto the e*4 
ihouUer of the road and rolled in 
the ditch. He complained of a »on: 
hack. The vehicle was tofuidertd a 
soul lou. 

On July Ida! 1: -15 p.m. police 
received a report of an accident at 
Second street and an alley 150- feci 
east of Maw street. According to 
the accident report, a car driven by 
Shelly Hdlc, Thief River Falls, was 
going sooth m an alley and exited 
onto Second street when a bike nd- 
den by Darryl C. Olson. 26. Thief 
River Falls, was going cast on the 
sidewalk. Olson was not injured in 
the collision. Damage to the Helle 
vehicle was estimated at $350. 
Damage to the bike was estimated 
at $200. 

On July 17 at 12:09 p.m. polke 
received a report of an accident at 
Fwinington and FirsL According to 
the report, a jtaiionwagon driven 
by Sherry! Eckstein. Thief River 
Falls, was going south and turning 
off First street onto Pennington 
avenue and slopped at the yield 
sign. Her vehicle was struck in the 
rear by a car driven by Bradley 
Skadberg, Lisbon. ND. Damages 
were estimated at $500 to the Eck- 
stein vehicle and $150 to the Skad- 
berg vehicle. Eckstein complained 
of a sore neck. 

On July 19 at 8:07 ajn. police 
received a report of a vehicle in the 
ditch on 13th street Police located 
the vehicle but not the driver. On 
July 20, Terry Allen Benson, route 
2, Thief River Falls, age 20, spoke 
with police and indicated that he 
was the driver and traveling west 
on 13th when he lost control of the 
vehicle and it went into the ditch. 
He injured his right arm in the acci- 
dent. Chargcj are pending. Dam- 
age to the vehicle was estimated at 
$4,000. 

On July 18 at 11:20 p.m. the 
sheriffs department received a - 
report of an accident five miles east 
ot SH 59 on State Aid 3. A car 
driven by Brett Torkclson, Thief 
River Falls, struck a deer in the 
roadway. Damage to the vehicle 
was estimated at $400. 

On July 17, the sheriffs depart- 
ment received a report of an three- 
wheeler accident. An 11-year-old 
girl, Jessica Johnson, was riding on 
a three-wheeler driven by Jean 
Johnson, Goodridge, when her shoe 
got caught on a tire. She was 
pulled off the vehicle and a wheel 
wefll over the young girl's ankle 
I ling it. The accident hap- 
pened in Star township.' — 

Thefts. On July 18 at 11:33 
a.m. Mary Sjaaheim, Thief River 
Falls, reported that her van was 
parked in a parking lot on North 
Duluth and she left her wallet in her 
purse behind a scat. The vehicle 
was left open. When she returned 
the purse and wallet valued at S22 
was missing. 

On July 18 at 5 p.m. Doug 
Williams, Thief River Falls, report- 
ed that while his car was parked 
overnight on North Main the 
license plate was taken. It is 561 
BWA. The theft loss is estimated at 
$38. 

Vandalism. On July 15 at 1:44 
a.m. a local woman reported that 
someone had broken a window at 
on apartment building. Damage 
loss was estimated at $15. 

On July 16 at 12:27 p.ra. Harlan 
Buck, Grygla, reported that on the 
9th someone damaged the grill and 
turn light on his van. Damage loss 
was estimated at $100. 

On July 16 at 11:58 ajn. a local 
resident reported that someone put 
garbage in their back yard. 

On July 17 at 11:30 p.m. Judy 
Slaveries, Thief River Falls, report- 
ed that someone broke a window at 
her residence in Countryside trailer 
, court It was on apparent attempt to 
gain entry into the residence. Dam- 
age loss was estimated at $72. 



Sentencing of TRF man 



Sentencing for a Thief River 
Falls man accused of possession of 
a controlled substance took place in 
a Ninth District court in Thief 
River Falls on Monday. 

Steven Mark Beich, who pled 
guilty to two counts of possession 
of a controlled substance in Pen- 
nington county and one count of 
possession of a controlled sub- 
stance in the third degree in Kittson 
county was sentenced before Judge 
Dennis Murphy in a Ninth District 
court in Pennington county on 
Monday. 

Murphy sentenced Beich to six 
months in jail to be served concur- 
rently with six months in jail on the 



charge in Kittson county. Beich 
was assessed a $300 fine for the 
two charges.of fifth degree posses- 
sion of a controlled, substance in 
Pennington county. He was also 
assessed a $750 fine for the charge 
in Kittson county. . 

Beich was arrested in Kittson 
county on December 2, 1991. At 
the time, Kittson county authorities 
confiscated packets of cocaine val- 
ued at about $3,000, $600 in cash 
and a vehicle used to transport the 
drug. Charges against Beich in 
Pennington county stemmed from a 
subsequent search of tits residence 
in Thief River Falls. 



Saddle Club plans Playday activities 



' Rescheduled Thief River Falls 
Saddle Club Playday will be held 
Saturday, July 25, at the Pennington 
County fairgrounds. 

The event, weathered out, of on 
original July 4 date/will start at 9 



(>n Julv Ifi »l 7 2f> p m a reti- 
dent of Ri»er*ie»— ailer court 
reported that wmeone had aEtemrM- 
ed to break mln their residence and 
earning V*0 damage. 

Drfital walk tnloiiealtd. The 
Minnesota Uaie patrol turned over 
Mark Alan Larwn. 27. Red Lake 
Falls, over to the law enforcement 
center for holdinj; on a charge of 
dnvmj * hilc intoxicated. 

Disorderly conduct. On July 17 
at 8:19 p.m. police received a report 
from a local woman ihat wmcooc 
had attempted lo assault her. The 
incident is still under irurmgauon, 
but charges arc pending against a 
16-ycar-oId woman from Thief 
River Falls, for disorderly conduct 
The charge items from an incident 
on a Highway 59 frontage road. 




Members of th* Thttf Rtvtr Falls squadron of 
th« Civil Air Petrol hold th« charts* and •mbitm 
received during chart tr night racantty In tha 
Thiaf Rhrtr Falls Technical college's aviation 
facility at tht rtgJonai airport Laft to right tn 
tha photo era Sharif! Bob Wold, atnargancy 
services offlcar; Hardy Hodge, communications 
offlcar; Cliff Larson, public affairs offlear; 
Marland Johnson; Brian Berth, logistic* officer; 
Jan Heuer, administration offlcar; Hal Waala; 
Dick Sjobarg; Virgil Wagner; Weyna Schlndler. 



safaty offlcar; Dala Olmsttad; Dr. Ban Styttr; 
Stan Springsteen; San. LaRoy Stumpf, deputy 
commandar; and Dava Odatta, commander 
Not pictured ara Rav. Jot DaCrsna; Mike 
Fremling; Pet Hoffman, flight operations officer; 
Jamas Hulteen; Dr. Steve Ktogh; Harlan 
Kirkeide; Jim Kotz; Gary Lane; Mark C. Larson, 
finance officer; Earl Waugh; and Roland Wold 
The squadron has a number of short term 
[within the neit six months) and long range 
goals and objectives to accomplish. 



There will be six high-ppjnt tro- 
phies given away. 

For additional information call 
Roger Johnsrud at 681-8069 or 
Becky Schccf at 378-4492. 




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The Times 

Volume li I. Numher 29 

July 21, 1992 




The Seconji. Section 

Regents pave way for 
UMC 4-year campus 



NWRDC to 
offer driving 
course 

The North wea Regional Dexl- 

opmeni Commiition (NWRDC) li 

r*ovnlin| a me fnr i drfcMrvt drt»- 

it counc approved by the Mi«* 

'--Con ' ' 



rvtou Safety Count il and r 

by ihc Minnetou »i|hway Parol *> 
be offered in Aufufl. 

The clan i» open lo til people. 
limned by ft clan lire of 40. People 

age 55 or older. * ho am nd iheclag ^wic programs this fall. U*> 
will receive a ten ner cert ducoa* w . fir Eductliotl Coordioillni 
on automobile miuranct. {valid lor BoftrJ wU nrfiew ^ proj^n, in 
three yean) after completion of uw 



The couric coniiili of itidej, 
video taper, discuiiioo and written 
ciercitts. There ii no behind-Uie- 
wheel instruction. 

Thii will be an eight hour course 
Auguit 19 from 9 am. to 5 JO pjn. 
and the cost ii S 1 5 per penon. 

For more information contact the 
NWRDC offices at (218) 681-2637. 



OPTIONS and 
~ DRSmoveto 
new 



In a unanimoua vole Priday. July 
10. the Univenity of Minnetou 

ird of rtjenu approved t rub- 

thange for the Univenity ot 

— rtoota— Crooktton. pevinf the 

_Jy for expanding the camput id a 

f0ur-)-car iimitotioo. 

The regents will vote oo b»c- 
ctlaureaic programt thlj fall, ine 
Higher Education CoordioatlDg 
Board will review the programs in 
" *-" and those approved will 
... u . ine fill erf 1993, tcconteM 
., UMC Chancellor Donald 
StTReant. 

Today"! action by the Univer- 
sfty of MmnesoBi Board of Rejeno 
ut the fim step toward the goal of 
providing iclect baccalaarcaic 
degrees on the camput in Crook- 
ston.' Sargeant said. "It hat 
involved a tremendous amount of 
consultation from within the uni- 
versity and with higher edocauoo 
ins u unions, students, employers 
tad legislators." 

The regents' vote approves 
Implementation of a revised mis- 



" UBc falls 
, DMtnLnil 
'• tcTUMC 



■ion u provtde acceaa to selected 
btccalaurcaae programs n partner - 
ship with otfcer U of M caffiputes 
and in partnership with other insti- 
tuuons. 

Select baccalaureate programs 
would be offered in agriculture, 
business, natural resources, early 
childhood ectscatioo. small busineas 
management. iK^^wtanrant man- 
a«^ert and appropriate uiierdita- 
pLnsry studies. 

primary funding for the program 

frowth would come from tuition 
rom incrcaied enrollment. Chan- 
cellor Sargeant said, and tdditional 
state funds will not be needed. 
UMC can offer its students special 
opportunities through a major 
telecommunications project that 
links the campus with programs 
from other campuses, inchidmg the 
Twin Cities campus. 

The UMC campus faced a fork 
in the road," Sargeant said. "One 
path led to a dead end. The ofher 
path, the one chosen, calends the 
Misting two-year programs into 



four-year degree programs. The 
plan includes only a minimal 
increase m the freshman clan sue, 
few new programs, no addition*] 
Rase funds, and a includes coarsen 
from other colleges as part of the 
curnculum. The plan is not creat- 
ing an additional higher eduction 
institution but rather making better 
use of an existing msutution. 

"....This decision goes beyond 
providing unlciaTSslnase education 
to itDoVrtfi on the Oookston cam- 
pus. It will, through increased 
mvestments in tflffTKnnMir"C"'' nM , 
make available more courses, work- 
shops and seminars throughout the 



"And it greatly enhances 
research with a focus on rural 
development." Sargeant added. "So 
today's action is one that is educa- 
tionally and economically sound for 
the Univenity of Minnesota and for 
Minnejotans." 



Thief Rh/ar Fall* Boyt Sttttri Joshua B*lm«r (second from right 
top photo and Jared Goldtsbnrry (at right bottom photo) wero 
among 457 young man from throughout Minnesota who wero 
selected to participate in Boys Stete at St. Oiaf college In 
Northfield the third week of June. They were sponsored by 
Ecklund-Hotmstrom Post 117 of the American Legion in Thief 
River Falls- Pictured with Balmer in the top photo (from left] are 
Dominic Bamtson, White Bear Lake; Brian Barta, Nashwauk; and 
Paul von Goertz, Knife River. With Goldesberry in the bottom ^ uiUli 

Shoto ere Erkk Carlson (left) of McGregor and Dav.d Nehwn of . on p^!™ 
liddle River. (Minnesota Department of American Legion Photo] OPTIONS pn 

Job Service accepts extension claims 

All Minnesota Job Service offices 
are now accepting claims for the 
(•jicnsion of emergency unemploy- 
ment compensation benefits under a 
new law passed by Congress and 
signed by President George Bush 
over the holiday weekend. 

A previous emergency benefits 



move to , . ,_■ 

locations Results listed for horse 
show at county fair 



cr it docs allow workers who 
exhaust rcgular.bcncfits now to 
qualify for extra weeks o[ unem- 
ployment buidiLs. Il also icluic:, 
some benefits taken away Since 
June 13 under phascout rules. 

Under the new law, Minncsotans 
vho exhaust their 26 weeks of 



OPTIONS Interstate Resource 
Center for Independent Living and 
the Minnesota Division of 
Rehabilitation Services, formerly 
located at Northland Community 
college in Thief River Falls, have 
recently moved to new office space 
at the Ram Building Systems build- 
ing on Pennington Avenue. 

OPTIONS provides services 
designed to assist individuals with 
disabilities reach and maintain the 
highest level of independence 
desired. It can provide direct skills 
training in the area of independent 
living needs, information and refer- 
ral to assist individuals to obtain 
access to ihc services they need. 

For more informntion contact 
Danica Robson at 681-1403. 

The Division of Rehabilitatic-i 



'Our 1992 Pennington county 
' fittr horse show had s rrxord-break- 
log participation or 90 riders, 
thanks to perfect weather and a 
very nice riding arena," stales Fawn 
WiUeo, chairperson of the show. 

Results of the many areas of 
competition were as follows with 
first through fifth places listed 
respectively: 

HaMer Classes 

Weanlings— ■"Playful Roxie TV 
Wheatland Apaloosas; and "The 
Politician,'" Ken Peterson: 

YearUngs— -"A Dual Sensation," 



The Division of Kenaomiauo-i rariu»jr-n W ™ .«««-., 
Services provides services to eligi- Urry Ralm: "Obvious h9«ni. 
Me individuals who haveslisabai- Gary Oow; "SaUy Du«Kmd Dust. 



over the holiday wecKcna. u h„ ... ih^Tr ?« weeks of blc indiv duals who have-disabu> uaryuow; a^yw««w"»i. 

A previous emergency benefits who exhaust he ' " *««» 9. 1 . °£ ^ ^ of vocational plan- Dawn Pyle; "Blondie," Megan 

&m£?ss££& ^^ftstarffiSLS ^gasb-w— i-.-.-.- "^ _ 

weeks if oxlendai bencfiu, howcv- "•■— • — ! — ».»"« 



Graid Cbimploa Jnaior 
Hiller Hor»e— "A Du»l Sema- 
tkn." Laoy Rihn; 

Ate Z ud Orer Mm—"Ezr/ 
10 Be Proud/ Jim TtsnK "PI«y- 
bl Prtacejj.' WbeMlmd Appdno- 
sk "Seco let Annie," Ry»n Sw»n- 
ioo; -Olorie'i Totst, Uoren 
Uvilier, md "Mb» New Fashion,' 
GimPeienni: 

A|i 2 >Dd Of er Geldings— 
"They Cot Me." Karen Pelenon; 
"Bandit," Bonnie Wicblennan: 
"Rusty.^ Ryan Browning; TcLo." 
Susan Ericksoh; and 'Ramblin' EI 
Tijre," Anpe Smedberg: 

Sbowainlnlp— Karen Peter- 
son, Oina Pelenoa, Jodi Kessler, 
lUic^rkigar^BartCnlkins. 



Waft-Trot— Janna Clow, Cody 
Wicbtenoan. Melissa Berg. Jackie 
Chriltianson and Racbel Berg; 

Jailor Western Pleasare— 
Jenny Taggarl, Kyan Swanson 
Laoren Lavalier. KeUey Baune and 



Angie Smedberg; 

Se»r — 



UC Jiu u im «a» 

oenlor Wester* Pleasure— 

Stephanie Clow. Jodi Kessler. Gina 
Pctersoo, Anita Qmlinal and Barb 

1-^jlV.nsr; 

Horsentaaahlp— Jodi Kessler. 
Anita Cardinal, Bonnie vVichter- 

men, Jmny Trcr rrT ""^ RhfH,r 

^RetnlBg--Jodi Kessler, Bonnie 
Wichtennan and Jenny Taggart; 
Western Riding— Jenny 

Taggart, Beanie VTichterman, Jodi 
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hai^m The^a m h«o ar> a 

try 1 1 a m Worar*) aery 

'•j-ie-y Jvwo* church to* children 

»3«» 1 rVr>jgh l»t grade. * 50 p m 

T^nlJf. J»/r ?• *»»m Uani 

Wadnaadav Jury n 7pm Prayer 
end ftt»e ikjdy hour 




Our Sevtour'o Lutheran Church 
AFLC 

CM Palmar Pauor 

WeqJneaday. Jut* n til Purer 
'eaowsnrp, 6 50 p m Servor Che* pr*c 
ace- Bpm f3**e sJuoy 

Thursday. Jury n 7-30pri Srror 
tf«r ancja n WawrtokJen 

Sunday. July 26 Bam Uornmg 
devotional hour. 30 ■ .m Oui 
S«vOJl Woralvp service. 3pm Oak- 
Land Par* semca (Ed Huderte) 

Uonday. Jul* 27: 9im Academy 
prayer hour at FloAnn's: Bpm Quar- 
tarty butmeas maoOng 

Tuesday. Jury 29: 730 pm. WMF 

CMC Chapel 

Northwest Uedfcal Center 

George Davta, Pastor 



service In caning area C 



Evsnga fc el f^vananl Church 

Raw Richard Lundgren. Mnn PaaSor 

Kant tajdaon, VbuSh Pastor 

Wedrveadey. Jury 22 Noon 1*4 a* 

ftc-e study: 7 pm. Forney Bable study. 

Thursday. July 23: 7 am. Men ■ 
prayar braeeJaat at NorTeand Foods. 

Saturday. July 23: 4 p.m. Junior 
High B tnjmi Irom Q new alar BU< 
camp. 

Sunday. Jury 26: 0:15 ejn. Sunday 
scnooJ; 10 30 e.m. Worship service; 
730 p.m RaiaAortaNp eerie*. 
Tuesday. Jury 2fl: 7 a.m. Lades OWa 
stjdy at Ran Cafe. 



tl John (.wiser en Church 

Iraaaoun tynorj 
»m Dary IVI^ruk) P»mv 
Wn5-»KJ»r .'i/f r? B a m Adut 
(W«a r*r*«*. M^pn IVvd «4 Or» 

rrtday. Ju'y ?* 7 p m Board ot 
a*5art 

r^J^day. Ju!y ,T. 0am WoraNp. 
10 30 am rarri#y (W*a hour 

Utian » lha lutSaran t*ou» —ch 
Sunday at ■ a m on 1310 KNOX. 
li/^aran LIpN at 11 33 am on 1730 
KlfW 

Jom Day Or Day ~*h Ja*ua aaoh 
»^rw^«M5pm onlJOOKWOX 

UMtad taalhodlat Church 

Tom Maori Pastor 

Wadna»day. July 22: 10 IS a m. 

Evanoafctrn ma*»ng. 7-0 pm. Praotoa 

lor U<ia TT*a* Rvar Ftfi Paoaart lr 



Uwrnaa* fnntoaro. Pa*V» 
Wadnaaday Juf r ;J 7 p m Ftib>a 

•»jdy a»%d prar»*r V«a tor *o\/ii and 

(r*»an 

Gv«day, Ju^r ?« lOam f.u-^Jay 

»<rtoo< tor a* agaa. 11am Wc»Sip 

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Curt* Praiaon. Lay Paalor 
H aaic i Kan. WfavaaoU 

Tuaaday. Juty 2lEond#y. *Jf 2« 

r.paoa/ maatingi at tha CommumTy 
Carta* Marasratcoma 



Wadnalda*. July 22: 6 10 p r 
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Tuaaitoy ■ r^jnday. Ju*y 21-7« Com- 



V»a*"»3 «^>d aJioyig, 7pm Prayar. 
7 .to p m \xmc .Bpm Mtawrip atari. 

&u-*Jay. Juty Mliffl. fjathant* 
wrrahp aarv«a, 1030 am Waatafcar 
mo't^-p larvka: ? 30 p m DatnarUa 
lan-.iy Luthar LaaQua pleri'C arllh 
poruck Kjtv/i at CM UJ Ettii Park, a* 
■ratcoma. 4pm Prayar tma « Naw 
Mnpa, 7 pm Prayar. 730 p/n Muaie 
ir^a ■ Cft-if%g band. Bpm Final %f*cm 
C' Co«rrvn-^ EvangalM maaflngv 



Sunday. July 26 9 a m Worship 
■ arivca. Nu'iary cara providad lor 
Infant* and am*! crJdran; 10 am. Col- 
laa br marrbara and vitnori 

Tuaaday, July 2fl: 830 am. Faaow- 
•fap and wort bma 

Wadnaaday. Jury 29: 3-5 p/n. UUYF 
VolaybaJ. 



Sunday. Jury 26: 7 p m YoUC\ group 
laavaa tor Ella* Part. 9 am Wortfup 
»ar*va 

Tuaaday. Jury 28 130 pm Prayar 
bma at F**t Uaran: 3pm EMM tajdy 
- Vaaayrtoma. 



FaJm Luthafan Brafliran Church 

Oaorga Danrta. Pattor 
Wadna»day. July 22: 7 pjn. LSYF 
and AduB Qtt» *tudy. 

Sunday. Jury 26: 10:15 ajri Worthy 







BEAT THE HEAT AT YOUR 
HOUSE OF WORSHIP; ITS COOL 

During the oppressive heat and humidity. ... . 

- of summer, remember that your House of 
Worship Is always open, all the year 
'round, and always ready to revive your 
spirits. You'll find It cool Inside, and you 
will leave there feeling refreshed In more 
ways than one. You will learn that God 
made this world you're living In, and es- 
tablished the four seasons. Including 
summer, so that we could grow our food 
and enjoy the beauties of nature that 
unfold along with the calendar. Remember 
even In the heat of summer that He made 
the water that you may have a chance to 
swim In, the cool grass on which you 

— might enjoy a picnic, and the balmy star- 
studded nights. So don't forget to attend 
your House of Worship regularly this, 
summer; It's the "cool" thing to do. 

now Ood comes to To every thing there 

thee, and ait times la a season, and a 

are Wis seasons. lime to every purpose 

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SavanUVday AdVanUil Church 
Norman Z»nmar ma n, Pattor 

Wadnaaday. Jury 22: p m. Spadal 
acnotura »Udy laiaion Iop»c: Ho must 
Inaaata (John 3: 22-36). 

Saturday. July 25: 030 a.m. Intan- 
uva RWa itudy adufta - Tha Triumph 
ot Farth (I Palar 1: 6-12); Chfldran • 4 
divijions by aoa; 10:45 ajn. Church 
mniitria* and community tarvtcaa; 11 
a m. Drvina worship aarmon by Norman 
Zrnmarman, Pallor. 

Evary Sunday fi a.m. on ChanrtaJ 4 
"B is Wrinan* by Gaorga Vandarnan. 



Claanratar Luinoran Pariah 

EyaooaWcal Lutnaran Synod 

Thorm* Rank. Pattor 

Dartal Faurjttad. Pattor 

Wadnaiday. July 22: 9 pm 

Nazaratfi Quanarry volar* maatmg 

Sunday. Jury 26: 830 am. UL C*va 
worthip • quartarly volar* maating • 
Naiarath worthip; 10 *m. Oak Part 
W oft hip • quanetty volar* maaling; 
10:15 a.m. SL Patrl worship . 



Abundant Ufa Church 
Rav. Barton R. Huahagan. Pastor 
Wadnaaday. Jury 22: 1 pm Cwflarw: 

3 p.m. Worship at Vallay Homo with 

Holy Communion: 7 p.m. Cook prao- 

tk*. 

Sunday. July 26: 930 ajn. VVorahlp 

sarvtcaa (broadcast ovar KKAQ 1460 

onmrJodiaf). 

Tuesday. July 28: 2 pm. Woman's 

fellowship and Bibla study. Lunch wiH 

bapottuck. 

For ridas caO 681-2300 or 681-4209. 



Redeemer Lutheran Church 
Luther Anderson. Pastor 

Nail Qladen. Pastor 
Dave Row. Youth Pastor 
Tuesday, Juty 21 : 8 pjti. Stall sup- 
port. 

Wednesday. July 22: 8:15 p.m. 
Redeemer council. 
Thursday. Jury 23: 8 pjrt . AA. 
Friday. July 24: 7 a.m. Studyjproyer. 
Sundrty. July 26: 8:15 a.m. Worship; 
1 0:45 o_m. Holy Communion worship. 

Jesus is King Ministries 

(NonlerrarnrnationoJ) 
Curtis Jacobson, Pastor ' 
Thursday. July 23: 730 pjn. Victory 
nignt 

Friday. July 24: 830 run. Prayer. 

Saturday. July 25: 8 p.m. Man's 

prayer meeting. ' '¥.' 

Sunday. July 26: 1030 am. Worship ' 

services: 7 p.m. Gospel mealing at 

Warren. 

Monday. July 27: 820 p.m. Prayer. 

Assembly of God Tabernacle 

Sandy Stevenson, Pastor 
Colhy Stevenson, Pastor 
Wednesday. July 22: 7 p.m. FamBy 
night 

Sunday. July 26: 830 run. Sunday 
school (8QMCJ: 10:30 a.m. Morning 
service: 7 p.m. Evening service - Mis- 
sionaries, David and Karon Klngsriter 
are special guests. 

St Baull Lutheran Church 
Terri Jo SMIdum, Pastor 
Wednesday. July 22: 7 pjn. ELCAW 
Bible study and business meeting. 

Saturday, July 25: Wedding In 
Viking. 

Sunday, July 26: 9 o_m. Worship. 

Silverton Lutheran Church 
George Davfs, Pastor 
Sunday, July 26: 8:45 am. Worship 
service. 



immenuet/Ebenezer Lutheran Parish 

Plumrner. Minna sob 

Clarence J. Johnson. Pastor 

Thursday. July 23: 9 a.m. Prayer 

brsoMast: 1:15 p.m. Hope and Mary- 

Eiiabeth ca-clas go to HtBcrasL 

Sunday. Jury 26; 1030 a.m. Parish 
worship service and picnic In Plummet 
Park (weather permitting) 

Gatzka-Thiel Lake Lutheran Parish 
United and Our Savior's 

Gatzke, Minnesota 
Robert Amundsen. Pastor 
Wednesday. Jury 22: 730 p.m. Unit- 
ed church council meets. 

Sunday. July 26: 930 a.m. United 
worship services: 11 a.m. Thief Lake 
worship service*. 

Black River Lutheran Parish 

Luther Anderson, Pastor . 

Neil Oladen, Pastor 
Dave Row, Youth Pastor 
Tuesday, July 21: 8 p.m. Stall sup- 
port. 

Sunday, Jury 26: S30 ojti. Worship. 



Goodrtdge Area Lutheran Pariah 

ELCA 

Goodrtdge. U<"rie*Ota 

Robert W OaNan. Pastor 

Ami nokemtad. Warn Pastor 

Fr«Jay. Jury 24: lama due tor August 

Newsletter. 

Sunday. Juty 26 B 30 am. Ekasmd 
worsMp. 9*5 a m. Bethany worarfe 10 
am. Farti ohdr practica: 11 am. Farft 
wcr ship 

Uonday. July 27:1pm ELCW Bibla 
ilxfy iaadars meet, at the parsonage. 

Evangelical Free Church 

NewtoWen. Mmnasota 

Earl Eveiand. Pastor 

Uytas Hogbarg. Youth Director 

Sunday. July 20: 9:55 a.m. Sunday 

school; 11 a.m. Morning worship: 7 

pm. &bie care group fellowship. 

There is always a friendly • 



Bethlehem Lutheran C n i ar Jj-, 

ELCA 

NewtoWen. MionesoU 

Liana E. Johnston, Pastor 

Sunday, July 26: 030 a.m. Worship 

serivce. 



Holt Lutheran Parish 
Hazareth and Silver Creek 
Eugene Floistad, Pastor 
Sunday, July 26: 9:30 a.m. Silver 
Creek worship; 11 run. Nazareth wor- 
ihlp, R«v. Cliff Knlmoff wl! conduct ser- 
vices. 



Viking Covenant Church 

VaUng. Minnesota 

Gerald Deppa. Pastor 

Wednesday, July 22: 730 pjn. Bible 

study and prayer. 

Sunday, July 26; 11 a.m. Morning 



~ Emmanuel Lutheran Church 

Holt, Minnesota 
Del Palmer, Supervising Pastor 



Tolem*"km Lutheran Church 

Rural Goodrldge 

Raynard Huglen. Pastor 

Sunday, July 26: 930 a.m. Divine 

worship. Mr. Emory Flaton will conduct 

tha service. 



Reiner Free Lutheran 

Goodridge, Minnesota 

Del Palmw, Pastor 

Sunday, July 26: 8 a.m. Morning 

devotional hour; 11:30 o.m. Worship 

service. 



Calvary Lutheran Church 

SL Hilalro, Minnesota 

Torrl Jo Skildum, Pastor 

Saturday, July 25: 4 p.m. Wedding In 

Viking. 

Sunday, July 26: 11 run. Worship. 



Job Service 
accepting 
extension claims 

(Conlinuctl from Page I) 

on how to apply at Iheir local 
offices. 

Individuals who applied for-cmcr- 
gency benefits after June 13 under 
the old law were told at lhal lime 
thai they were eligible for only 13 
weeks of benefits. The new law 
automatically extends benefits to 20 
weeks for those people. 

People who were entitled to 26 
weeks of emergency benefits under 
the olil law and who have noi yd 
exhausted that cntitlcmcni will con- 
tinue to be cligible.for up to 26 
weeks of emergency benefits. 

People who have exhausted 26 
weeks of emergency benefits under 
the old law will not be eligible .for 
any additional benefits. 

Unless the national unemploy- 
ment rule shows marked and sus- 
tained improvement, new applies- 
tionsJbr emergency benefits will be 
accepted until March 6, 1993, and 
benefits will be paid out until June 
19, 1993. 

Strandquist . . . 

Tuesday evening Ellen Stromberg 
and Judy NelnviiVcr brought belated 
birthday greetings tc Elmer Holmstrom. 

Sherry, Scott anc Stcftonle Stewart 
and friend, Anglo ol Bloomlnflton, 
Danny. Becky, Michelle and Jeremy 
Johnson, David and Phaela Thomp- 
son. Minerva Krdullk, LaVonne,John- 
son and son Brian, and Elsie Lefrooth 
had potluck supper at Pete and Pearl 
Thompson's. Sherrlo and company 
went home on Sunday morning. 

Goodridge 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kozmlerczak of 
rural Stephen, visltod with Mr. and Mrs. 
Nell LJaaberg, Nathan and Short, and 
Franclne Kozmlerczak on Monday 
morning and enjoyed corf ee together. 



Co. Fair horse 
show results 

[Continued from Tiff I ) 

Ktitlcf. Kristi Wichttmeri and 
K/lkryBaonc 

HiitmiB— Jewel Helen end 
Jim Violent. Betty Waldal asd 
Kenner Oervais. Kami Knoa and 
KalhicCT Wivra. Knmi vraJaWmao 
and Amanda Orinde and Pawn 
Wines and Dormie Widawman; 

PteWet Poks— An|ie Holen. 
Amanda Grinde. Jason Joensrod. 
Meltua Bert and Rachel Berj; 

Jaalor Poles— Jenny Ta(|art, 
Dani Grandboit. Allen Stenvik, 
Casey liotmiren and Keller Baone; 

St alor Poks—KriiU Wkhter- 
man. Jim Tauart, Wayne Suvenes, 
Jim Wacce and Lynn Saarrik; 

PceWtt Keyholt— Anfle 
Holen, Melissa Ben. Rachd Berj. 
Jason Johnsrud and Ryan Oow; 

Jnalor Kejhok — Allen Sten- 
vik, Dani Grindrjois, Casey Hotel- 
sren, Kelley B»une and Lauren 

Scalor Kcyholt — Wayne 
Slaveries, Jodi Kesslcr. Jim Tajjart, 
Betty Waldal and Rick OmtOoSs; 

Junior Back ABey Jnaiptof— 
Jenny Taigart. Travis Nenich- 
winder, Jaion Johmrud, Dani. 
Orandboia and KcQey Baone; 

Senior Back Alley Jamplng— 
Jim Taggtn. Shelley Swanaon, 
Lynn Stenvik, Wayne Stavcnet and 
Richard Holen; 

PeeVVee Barrtb— Angie Holen, 
Amanda Grinde, Jason Johnirud, 
Rachel Berg and Melissa Berg; 

Junior Barrels— Jenny Taggart, 
Arlcn Stenvik, Kelley Baone, 
Lauren Lavalier and Dani Grand- 
bois; 

Senior Barrels— Kristi WJchtcr- 
man; Kathleen Wavra, Jim Taggart, 
Bonnie Wichtcrman and Lynn 
Stenvik; 

Junior Jumping Figure 8 — 
Jenny Taggart, Arlcn Stenvik, 
Angie Holen, Jason Johnsrud and 
Amanda Grinde; 

Senior Jamplng Figure 8 — 
Bonnie Wichtennan, Betty Waldal, 
Lynn Stenvik, Richard Holen and 
Wayne Slovenes; 

PeeWee Long Distance Ron— 
Angte Holen, Jason Johnsrud, 
Amanda Grinde, McHsm Rrnj and 
Rachel Berg; 

Junior Long Distance Run^- 
Arlen Stenvik, Dani Grandbois, 
Jenny Taggart, Kelley Baune and 
Casey Holmgren; 

Senior Long Distance Run- 
Shelly Swanson, Jim taggart, Lynn 
Stenvik, Wayne Stavcnes and 
Bonnie Wichtennan; 

Rescue 'Race — Jim and Jenny 
Taggart, Lynn and Arlen Stenvik, 
Sieve Neuschwander and Jack 
Miller, Julie Olson and Kirby 
McFarland and Richard and Jewel 
Holen; 
~ Sack Race— Jim and Jenny 
Taggart, Karen Knott and Kathleen 
Wavra, Jewel and Richard Holen, 
Dani and Rick Grandbois and Lynn 
and Arlen Stenvik. 

Grand champions and reserve 
champions in various areas of the 
show are listed respectively as fol- 
lows: 

Junior Performance — Jenny 
Taggart and Ryan Swanson; 

Senior Performance — Jodi 
I£rasIerandBoiMk;Wir±tcrman; 
i PeeWee Games — Angie Holen 
and Jason Johnsrud; 

Junior Games — Jenny Taggart 
and Arlen Stenvik; 

Senior Games— run TSggart and 
Lynn Stenvik. 





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Reiner Community News 



Dorothy UaW _ 

37B-42W 



Newt* Weds I 
CormrLMaeiarts k> r«Sa*n Dough* 
f» and Tarry A Wets, arho arara unftaej 
In rrwrtaoa on GaUrdav. Juty 1 1 , at tm 
home ol the brtdes parents. FVcnard 
and Pauiasa Oouoriany ol Oryyia Tha 
Bamart Wats terray (Ua HiA^anson. 
Ur and Mrs Jamas Weea and I* and 
Mrs Ono &ioarud were among B>osa 
•no artanoW tie araddrng Dast «mst> 
as to. C^aa*1 and Tarryl 

Congraiulatlons 1o Karen and 
Howard SaAestad arno celefaratad t>m 
25(h araddtng annrversary on Saturday. 
Juty tllh at Ooodrtdge. at an open 
house ceaabratnn hosted by tha* ohl- 
dren. A large group ol lamily and 
rrlands atlandao the open house and 
we.al wish Karen and Howard many 
more years ol happiness' 

Ur. and Urs. Donnla W.herl, Kyle 
and Kelsie and Mr. and Mrs. Seiner 
HoJan spent several days last week el 
Long Lake at tha Clearwaler County 
Park- 
Mr. and Mrs. Harry 5>gerud visited 
several times during Bie weak artrh Car- 
rie Herman ion at the Valley Home, 
and on Saturday ffiey also, visited art* 
John Fradrtckson whJe vlsfang Carrie. 



MabTe Sigerud cafabraiad her birth- 
day on Friday. Jury 10th, and also won 
the birthday cake given away by the 
radio station! Those who brought birth- 



Olson. Lorraine McGinty. Gertie Hau- 
oan, Dora Vraa and Mr. and Mrs. Kurt 
Sigerud. Aaron and Amanda. Friday 
evening Mrs. Larry Sigerud. Mary, 
Roberta and Tina, Mr. and Mrs. Otto 
Sigerud and Mrs. Steve Hlnrichs 
brought greetings. Mable received 
greetingir _ J "--*■'■" -"-' 



js from Jim and Judy Sigerud ol 

rl icons In, Deb. Lance and Trent 
Kohlmeyer ol Fargo. ND, and tfie Marl- 
Ivn and Allen Horning lamily ol 
Wyoming, and many other lamily and 
Wends, We alt wish Mable many more 
-Happy Birthdays I* 

Mrs. Steve Hlnrichs and son. Lance, 
spent the week at the Otto and Hiida 
Sigerud home. 

Steve and Bev spent several doyi at 
the Mable and Jerry Hlnrichs home at 
Red Lake Falls, and Steve returned 
Irom their home in Angora, and spent 
from Friday until Sunday when they 
returned to their home. 

Bev and Hulda visited at the Bernle 
and Virgle Wells home one evening, 
and Bav visited at the Mark and Kaihl 
Jenkins home In Thief River Falls one 
day, and also with Carrie Hermanson qt 
the VuHuyllomu. 

Hippy First Birthday 
To Ethan Mlckelsonl 
Ethan, son ol Tarn! and Daryl Mlckel- 
son ol Salol. celebrated his first birth- 
day on Sunday, July 12th. Guests who 
brought greotihgs to the Mickelson 
home In honor of Ethan were his 
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ceroid 
Mickelson, Mrs. Richard Miller, and 
great*grandparenta, Mr. and Mrs. 
Palmer Holte, also Mrs. Bob Miller, 
Jonathan and Kocey, and other family 
and friends. Best wishes to Ethan and 
his very first birthdayl 

Mrs. Harry Sigerud and Dora Vraa 
visited at the Edna Omlld home on 
Sunday afternoon. 

Mr. and Mrs. Larry Sigerud visited at 
the Horry and Mable Sigerud home on 
Sunday evening. 

Mrs. Selmer Holen and grandchil- 
dren, Kyle and Kelsl Wlkert visited at 



rte [knar and Afcce Johnaon home * 
foodrUg* on Uonoaf K»"t4 and K|*a 
Wikerl ware houseouesis ol lhatr 
grandparents. Ur and Mrs My Wftarl 
on Monday evanang 

Ur end Mrs Jamas WeOs attended 
funeral serWei lor VI Kafanoskl at St 
ftamard s CaehoV ermxeh on Juty 1 0#\ 
Our sincere lymparhy to tha KafnoakJ 
1anVy< Dassad ba har mamory' 

Ur and Urs Harry Sigerud and 
Tina, loiter daughter ol Larry and 
Doreen 5-garud. vis (tad at tha Oora 
Vraa home In Goodridge Saturday 
evening. 

A large crowd etlendad tha ssnlor 
cnUan meeting in Goodndga on Thxs- 
day. Jury Ur. and Urs Harry Sigerud 
served tha lunch lollowing the social 
events of the afternoon. 

-Gal WeT wishes to Edde Hanson 
ot Foasion, Inga Coan's brother, who 
has been on the sick Csr! Our prayers 
are for his speedy recovery 1 

Norway Trip 
On Uonday. June IS. Slgne Millar 
and har daughter. Uarvyn LaCoursiara 
ot Brooklyn Park left lor Norway with 
tha Sun Country Airlines at 10 o'clock 
In the morning, and antved at Garde- 
moan Airport at 2:45 p.m. on Tuesday, 
(There Is a seven hours difference in 
our bme). Signal cousin. RekJunn and 
John Haaverstad met us at fte airport 
and wore houtaguasts there. On 
Wednesday. John and RekJunn. Mari- 
lyn and Slgne together with Oyslen and 
B.bt4 Anderson ware dinner guests at 
the Dagfin and Magna Fadum home at 
Gjovik. Thursday wo wamt sight -seeing 
at the Vigeland Skulpturpark and 
Museum in Oslo. 'Norsk Folke* park 
and tha famous Kalmerckolen ski slide 
In Oslo. On our flight a group ol Sioux 
Indians Irom Siiseton. SD. were rjolng 
to perform on a stage near the area ol 
the slide. But we had the opportunity to 
see them dance on TV, also the main 
star ot the show was on the front page 
ol the Oslo paper. She was real inter- 
esting to talk to. Friday Slgne and Mari- 
lyn took the train to Nelaug (depot) 
where cousin, Solveig Dale met them. 
They were dinner guests at an aunts, 
Barbara Dale. Saturday Marlyn left by ■ 
trail for Krlstiasand, where she visited 
for a week with a Iriend, Rundi Daniel- 
son, who had worked with Marilyn 
before she returned to Norway several 
years ago, Slgne, Barbara and Solveig 
then went to see an undo, Elvfnd Dol- 
haJt and wile, Anne, at an apartment In 
Tvedostrand. Undo Elvind Is 95 years 
old, and Anne his wife is 85, and quite 
spry. Later we went to cousin, Erna and 
Bunder Svelnungen and their 13 year 
old twins, and aunt, Anne Nevestad ol 
S.iltrod Rcct Homo. Othnr rclntlvr-d 
who came to visit there were cousins, 
Signe Nevestad, Oysten and Slgne 
Annlred Aatelgon, Reneta and Gro 
Elone, Geir and Bente, Vedol and 
Glon, and Holg'o and Lena Anderson. 
The occasion was St. Hans festival, 
which Is celebrated overy year, on June 
23. This is the longest day ol the year. 



The la/vftMl reside ai Pkaor Wh*e in 
Aam*. Uerryn. r-Aa*g and &or»a vurt 
ad at the H tested estate, where the 
lamry has oaatad a carter lc* arts and 
crafts, aihch has become ranowan 
They make Via lamout Tovdal raw**y 
and alio aiSbi worVi by laadbng Nor- 
wegian and lore«gn arvsts There also 
stands tha old church In Hi Masted, 



ho~-a rf U> and U'S Tatmar HcM» Ur 

am UVt IWhard UJar and Aaron Ur 
•M U'i (.aeo DaMen. Ur and Urs 

K» ,v > Na'lnn and girls, and Ur and 
U'i Rofc Ml m, Jonathan and Kacay 
a*r>r>r.3 tNota who enjoyed tha 

sited 



U< and Ur t Tdgar U>u 



1 Dale 
rjconlrmad 



whara S.gne'S mother. Inaaborg 
Slatted wai bapiiad end confrr 
Many of Vve relatives are buried In tha 
cemetery. Services are held In (hit 
church every ffwea waeka. as t»e pas- 
tor has two other churches m nearby 
areas. They also visited at tha Dale 
estate, where S-gna's mother lived 
before aha came to America. There 
she mat several cousins. Svan V and 
Klara Dale and lamry. also Svan and 
Geordei Dalhalt. Dane ha and John 
Berg. Oddvar and Oarda DeaNai, Svan 
and Bargna Dale. Chriifian and Anna 
Jorganson. 

Barbecue In Tha Cardan 

Ur. and Mrs. John Haaverstad enter. 
tainad In their backyard at a barbecue 
on Tuesday evening the day before 
Slgne and Marilyn ware leaving Oslo. 
Thaw guests included Hetge and Marti 
Haaverstad. Kino and Sandra. Capt. 
Rune Haaverstad. wile BfOmhOd. chil- 
dren, Lite and Martin. Dr. Svan 
Haaverstad. Karl and Gunnull Hauke- 
lidieter. Tor Otav Haukalidsoter and 
friend. Bant, Ragnheld Bore. John and 
Reindunn Haaverstad. Slgne Mailer and 
Mariryn LaCoursiara. Wednesday. Jury 
t, Signe and Marilyn left Oslo on the 
Sun Country flight for Arnenca. ft was a 
wonderful trip. But ttiey hadn't had any 
rain since May 1st. But it still was a 
beautiful larhf-wlth fjords, valleys, 
mountains, Bees, lakes, the ocean, and 
many scenic places. And may God 
bless Norway and America. 

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Holte hosted a 
supper at their home Wednesday 
evening In honor ol Holte relatives from 
Norway, who were houseguests at the 



e»e area, and also oamprvj n f^a War 
road area Kenny H.ta. Dacca and 
Otfr Pamham and Yvonne PrxJrwson 
ware supper gueett Sonde* evmog at 
tha Jvn and K-a Wa*s home 

Ur and Urs Rxnard U.ler. Ur and 



[ .i^ar U" Ft*fce ?fk*aatad and 
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Ur and Urs Loran Haca and Urs 
Joal Diw»n, flobb-a *n^ Jarma ot 
Cr»uv*ti v *i ad during tha waafc at »ha 
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pa- art* at m NcT-wast Uadtoal Cen- 
tal n ir^ Kvar faas on Uonday Wa 

t*i"\ both. Harvey and LAa a apaady 

n*-»r, and SrOmar Hotan viUad wrti 
H»*»f Lioness at tha hospital one 
darU-.J weak 

Ur and Ur» James Walls were 
noOn ij^chaon guests at a Barrad|i cale 
or Ur and Urs Elmer Kohlslorl of 
UcPhinon. KS. along with other 
IrirKidi on Tuesday Juty 7 

Vt'.i >n C>» dev on Tuaaday Mr. and 
Mrt James Walls visited with 
G^ op fine ben at Tha Bartraml Nurung 
Hoi>e m D«rrud>i. and also visited at tha 
Hubert and lone Denny home at 
Bam*!, 

Ur and Mrs. Selmer Holen. and 
Un Elmer Johnson ware among the 
targe group who enjoyed the horse 
show ol tha Pennington County Fair in 
Thiaf River Falls on Sunday. Angie 
Ho'en won a trophy at the horse show. 
and Jamie Holen received reserve 
championship wtth her dog in the dog 
show. Congratulations Angle and 
Jamie 1 

Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Fjald left lor their 
home in Washington on Wednesday 
alter spending their vacation visiting 
Mrs Field's parents, Elmer and Alice 
Johnson, and after lamily and Mends.' 
Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Oscar 
Fjeld. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Johnson. Mr. 
and Mrs. Selmer Holen. Mr. and Mrs. 
Donnie Wikert, Kyle and Kelsl. Debbie 
Johnson and Adam and Albert John- 
son were supper guests at the Elmer 
and Alee Johnson home. 



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Robert Amundson. Mejel Amundaon. 
Walter L unset! at. Amanda Johnson. 
Ur. and Mrs Ckflord rQamar and Karta 

Ur. and Mrs Paul Klamar and fka* 
racanfy spent a weak n Alaska vtvtmg 
raiatrvaa and sights eemg 

Friday evening Ur. and Urs Ray 
Goran son and Tarry Blaine of GrygU. 



they vis It ad at the Blaine home, and 
celebrated Pafi birthday. 

Lowel Larson. Derrick. Darrln and 
Gad ol MJnnaapotii spent the weekend 
at the Karyt Larson home. 

Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ruud wore 
coffee guests on Tuesday at the Alan 
Sevens home. 

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Byktum ol 
Milwaukee. Wl, spent a week at tha 
Juel Aune home. 

The Fourth of July. Mr. and Mrs. 
Robert Ruud, Lorentia and Anna of 
Hayfiold. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Gilland 
and Cody of NewfokJen. Mr. and Mrs. 
Cheslle Ruud enjoyed a picnic at tha 
Robert Prestebak home at Lake Julia 
near Berradji. 

Saturday Eunice Hagan vHrtad with 
Amanda Johnson. 

Marthama Elsath of Menagha spent 
tha Fourth ol J Jy weekend at the C4I- 
lord Klamar home. 



Saturday Karyt Larson vtsrtad wrrh 
Jaenaea Suna Currvrangs of Carhon In 
Tr>e* Rrvar Fats 

Fnday afternoon Ur. and Mrs. Chaa- 
l<e Ruud ware coffee guests el tha 
Palmar Horle home near Grygta. 

Uarcus Walac*. and Ur. and Urs. 
Aksn Savarts vlsrtad wflh Debbie Casey 
ot Long Prairie at tha Everyn Savarts 
home on Tuaaday 

Chns Howard ol Warren spent Fn- 
day urrtl Sunday wth ras r/andparents. 
rheChesaeRuuds. 

Urs. Marcy Goodwin and boys of 
Pnest Lake. ID. Mrs. Doreevt Mathany 
ol Hofcjmvae. KY. Urs. Tony Von Ende. 
and Jerrod and Johanna of Badger Wa- 
ned on Sunday art ffva Harold. Roland, 
Paul and Caftord Klamar homes. 

Friday evening Walter Lunsattar vis- 
it ad at tha Cheese Ruud home. 

The Fourth of Juty. Ur. and Urs. 
Raymond ByWum. Mr. and Mrs. WaBy 
Byklum. and Mr. and Urs. Juel Aune 
spent the day In Goodridge. 

Amber Klamar spent Wednesday 
with Lorerrixa and Anna Ruud at the 
Cheslie Ruud home. 

Visitors and supper guests on Tues- 
day evening at tie Chesie Ruud home 
ware Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ruud. Uonl 
ca and Mandi of Karlstad. Mr. and Mrs. 
Robert Ruud. Anna and LorenUa ot 
Hayfiold. Mr. and Mrs. Tim Howard. 
' Ross. Chris and Josh of Warren. 



Slgne otayod five days with her aunt 
and lamily In Arendal. Slgne returned 
to Aamll on Wednesday evening 



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Glon. Thursday, Solveig, Barbara Dale, 
and Slgne went to Tyorsdal to visit with 
aunt, Gro Dale, also anothor cousin, 
Knut Ansgar Skredo. Slghe's aunt, 
Ragnhlld Skrodo passed away last 
February at ago 92. On Friday Slgno 
Mlllor, and Sofvolg Dale occompanled 
Aslak and Anne Uv Landbo, and Ollno 
Oy gar don to Honolasa whore thoy visit- 
ed at the Amund and Ragnhold LovTOk 
home and also enjoyed a picnic lunch 
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tar-^r o» C*.'«« and Otv«f Hotnad of 
Tr»j ww* mwi and tntfi gu*«ts at 
(*•>• H*r.'ofd Roland fwfna on Uoo- 

Gt^TdJT momng tf»t£ri and brash* 

fait pu«ii at lh# Larry Kotrfca homa 
*•'• Mr and Un Norman Adam 

Ur and Uri Obarg Nov* wi vt*> 
tori a! n» Jan* Andi'ton noma on 
5-Jvljf aflamoon 

Sunday Ur and Uu Oavtd 
S|ul«iiad and Adam look Shannon 
SfJaiud. Leah Vigsn and Kama Nat- 
ion u La*.* d tna Woods 0*ta camp. 
whoro thajr «mi b* ipandmg a waak. 
Than kaiat on tk«r way noma Ur. and 
Mrs David Sfulaitad and Adam war* 
viutort and coflaa guwis at tha AMn 
SursdaN noma tn Satot. 

Ur. and Mrs. Ronnie Koirba and 

Caret Knai. Norma Motes o( Rusti 
dry and Olian Kri«J vtwtad with Us* 
Varbout and tarrsry ol rural Brooks on 
Tuaaday. 

Bob Johnson and Damn ol Andovar 



Saflwday n^rt U. and Uri Ga^a 
U»tqis>* Ccx». U»gan a-^d A-*dt»« 
■ttartdad T*>» JSiS ann.taftary tc-f 
HoMrd and Kanvn S^»i**tad. K«*d at 
NiMIHhal hOoo«n*» 

S>ian'ion Lwndaan vat a »uf>paf 
au*«t at *** 9randp*va**i No^--**. tNa 
q iad Je+maruda on UondM* avarang 

Wadnaiday Uri Horman Ada-r>i 
toe* nfatar n Trvar F**w FaH 

Ur and Uri TVn U^daan. Snannon 
and AJuta *nJtad •mh Ur and Uri 
Dayion S'fc in Thial R-rar Fa'li on 
Thkxaday avariQ 

Saturday aflame 
and Utt Vamon rraraon took 
G-lai aakig In QJ— 

Joann Na*M«i of D*n>d( apanl tha 
wakand v4»Ong wTffi h*> parantl. (ha 
UarK Naaaath i and fanr* Than on 
Sunday aflamoon Dante Naateth ol 
Trwaf Rnrw Fa*i w«t a Manor ViiAonj 
and MJpp«r goatti at the Uarta Naa- 
lefh home Stnday avenmg were 0«va 
Na«ieth and W. and Uri. Clarence 
Johnion. Clarence and Uayme aJto 
dMed w* V^e* granddaughter. Joam 
NaaaaA tm day. 

Saturday Joyce Solberg an mn 
r/verrvght gvetl ol Amta ■ at ffie Larry 
Kotrbe home. 

Viiitor and coffee guett at the 
Palmer Lovly home on Sunday 
loranoon waa faUdred Hovel 

Sinday Uri. Gary Jonnaon, Joanna 
and Kyle Mended the baby ihower lor 



Sue A.-'d*"»r. - ' c-* r.l*p**en vit"»>d 
«nt*i ec n»t> at tse C! "rye" JerSni-jd 
hor-» frori F nday u«tl f^nday 

Sunday evermg vieAcrl and oof i 



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rvv> Uoen and Kan-» bl OUm and U> 
and U-i Kanneth P*ivmt Uaf^ew 
FV*rU*> and Dk» U*r<»i rf OkM« 

r— krtar fwgnt Ur end Urt Denny 
jrjr\n ( rud. Er.ta. KeHey. t i'cy end 
Tj^ attended r<e »•> arrw«r«ary lor 
Moward and Karen SYOieetad K**d at 
tie otd Ire hai m Ooodndo* 

J"-t Johneon wai a ciU»' at the 
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Un Larry Korbe vtfled aUTi Paarl 
KoHtand and &*w Jonnaon al i^e 
Nonhwatt Ued'CeJ Center In Th et 
Fiver Fact on Wednesday 

Friday afternoon J« 
ica. Ucnaaa and Uonca. Jaeon H*+ 
•*«i and Uejrme Johnion took in IN* 
laa- n Thraf Fever FaH Than attar tSat 
evening Jean Johnion and gelt, and 
Uarme Johnion were vliiiore and 
lunch guetti at the Uerle Naaieih 
home, and Jaion returned home thai 
e»eran g 

Ura. Bruce B>angw. Bryan and Jamj 
were vtuton and coffee pueetj at the 
Davtd Sfiettad home dunng flva week. 

Ur. and Un Leonard Jonnaon were 
Vision at ffte Oicar Marhu* home on 
Sunday afternoon. 

Vl»i!wi and tupper gueits at tha 
Errae Huot home In Thief Rrvar Fee* on 
Uonday were Ur*. Leonard Johnion 
and Ura. Bennie Jonnaon. 

Wedneiday loranoon Ur. and Ura. 
Clarence Hanion and Joyce Oweni 
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TUU Ebaaonol Htrfang were ovamgN 
ouaare at ts* David Sp^etxad home on 
Sax#daynaght 

Jean Jonnaon. Jaawca. UohaCe and 
Uontca attended ff>* eotbat gamei tn 
Th>ef FVver Fafli after crvoh on Son- 
day. Than later that evening Jean 
Johnion and girti were vintori and 
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Knrt Johnarud and Sua Anderton 
ware •hoppers in Bermo)' on Safes-day 

Sunday raght Bonnie Johntrud wai 
a viiltar and tupper guett al the Ol- 
lord Johnarud home. 

Thote who ipent the 4th ol July 
weekend at the Bob Gron cabin at 
Deer flrver ware Barb Kuglar of Scrtvj 
LaXe Park. Dava and Donna ZeJdbec*, 
and Joe and Renaa Zeidbeck of Fnd- 
ley. Tom and Jean Kuehn and Haaihar 
o( Spring Laka Park. Wan and Shirley 
Grose o) Cambridge, Uike and Kim 
Oroea ot Anoka, Ur. and Urs. diflord 
Johntrud ol Ooodrtdge, and Bob and 
Norma Oroei ol Spring Lake Park. 

Sunday night visitor* and cotlee 
guetta at the Leonard Johnion home 
ware Ur. and Ura. Vernon Iverabn. 

VUHora at the Dale Anderson home 
on Sunday night were Ur. and Mrs. 
Bruce Solberg. Joyce and Kriitan. 

Friday night callers al tha Clifford 
Johnsrud home were Ur. and Urs. Jack 
Johrtsrud. 

Ur. and Mrs. Gene Arveson were 
vtiitors at the Gary Johnson home on 
Saturday evening. 

Saturday Gilmer Monderud visited 
with Gladys Hanson. 

Tim Lundean was a visitor at the 
Clifford Johntrud home on Sunday 
morning. 

Friday Ui. aid Mrt. Vwnun Ivuimmi 
took In the Senior Citizen Day at the 
fair where Vernon Iverson and Orlln 
Hanson entertained the people. 

Mr. and Mrs. Earl Marquis Jr. and 
Dusty were visitors at the Bruce Sol- 
berg home on Sunday afternoon. 

visitors and coffee guests during the 
week. at the Bennie Johnson home 
were Mr. and Urs, Gene Marquis, Cory. 
Megan and Andrea. 

Monday evening Mayme Johnson 
was » •upper guest at the Jean John- 
son home. 

Gilmer Monderud was a visitor and 
coffee guest at the Larry Kotrba home 
on Saturday. 

Wednesday evening Mr. and, Mrs. 
Clifford Johnsrud were visitors and cof- 
fee guests at the Jack Johnsrud homo. 

Lynn Hagen, Sally and David ol 
Thief River Falls ware visitors at tha 
Gary Johnson noma on Saturday. 

Friday Mr. and Mrs. Leonard John- 
son were visitors and coffee guests at 
the Gilmer Monderud home. 



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Two girls from Thi«f Rivtr Filli wtrt Achievement Award 
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Rebecca Mamon (laft), daughter of John and Eleanor Mattson. 
won the 14-year-old award and Mandy Johnson, daughter of Paul 
and Geno Johnson, won the IS-year-old award. Rebecca was on* 
of 10 finalists and selected fourth runner-up and Mandy was a 
finalist for the Special Interest Development Award There were 
92 girls competing in the pageant. "TrVHh two girls from Thlaf 
River Falls recervtng the Achievement Award, the Thief Rivtr FaH* 
school system must be doing something right" stated Warren 
Alexander, director of the pageerrL 



LOCAL NEWS 



Mrs. Mark (Karla Houston) Thomp- 
son and Joshua left Monday for their 
home In Moleiwcnh, England, after 
spending a month hers caring lor her 
mother. Beverly Houston, who had by- 
pass surgery. May 28. 

Jamie Lull, grandson of Tom and 
Bev Gusialson. attended the National 
Tae Kwon Do toumamena in Orlando. 
FL. Juno 30 to Jury 7. Jamie placod In 
the upper 20% of his group in forms. 
and enjoyed a couple days rest at Dis- 
ney World. 

RotvDT vMtnr nt th/> rinrnnr" rtnri 
Juliette Moiskness home were Bernard 
and, Ora Molskness of Tacoma, WA. 
who spent a week with them, also Dell- 
win arid Marly s Holmgren of Contrail a. 
WA, and Rev. Loren Molskness of 
Albert Lee, who were dinner and 
overnight guests. 

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lucas ol Glen- 
haven, CA, spent two days at the 



Clarence Molskness home recently, 
also Faye Dudas ot Chewelah, WA, 
mlted with the Motskness*. 

Mrs. Bruce Johnson, Mlcah and 
Andrew and Mrs. Clarence Molskness 
ipont a week visiting with Mr. and Mrs. 
Ed Barlosyuh. Join. Bev, Luke and 
Raubon ol Racine, Wl. On their way 
homo they stopped and visited and 
wore overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. 
Denis Dudry ol Bloomington, and eiso 
vlsitvd with the Donavan Hanstroms. 

- Mr nnrf Mr*. Dftvld Rnnfitrom «nd 
barah ol Tullahoma, TN, arrived a 
week ago Friday at the home of Mr. 
and Mrs. Clarence Molskness. and also 
Mr. and Mrs. Denis Dudey of Btorjrnlng* 
ton spent the weekend along with Mr. 
and Mrs. Donavan Ranstram also of 
Bloomington. Later they all attended 
their uncle, Teddy Ran Strom's 00th 
birthday at rural Warren. 



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Donefle Hytand spent Tuesday thru 
Saturday at the volleyball camp at the' 
UND. Trudy also visited with her 
cousins, Judy Kerr and family, and Jonl 
Benson and lamlly of Grand Forks. 

Mr. and Mrs. Oio Wlskow visited with 
Mr. and Mrs. Dean Wlskow, Dafroll 
Wlskow of Red Lake Falls on Saturday 
afternoon, and later they all attended 
the Pennington County Fair. 



Mr. and Mrs. Ole Wlskow attended 
the- flOth birthday party of JuHe Shlmpa 
of Greonbush on Saturday, July 4th. 

Olive Wlskow visited wfth her sister, 
Margaret Swensen at Middle FUver- on 
Monday afternoon, also Sylvia Somas 
and Collotto, and Karla HID. 

Margie Coon visited on Sunday 
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Uri Jan Hanson ot Hon. son. 
Randy of Warroad, and dau/sar. Mrs 
Lone Uter c* (Whngt. UT. v^kted on 
Sunday al tSe HaroirJ VxtWu* home 

Km. Rran and Ataandna Hataon ol 
Tr»e( f*var Fall were omRed in tie I it 
of people attending the reorvon for 
Charles and Edna H.il at the Lloyd 
Soreneon home raponad last areak. 

Family Raunton 
Gathering al Vie home of Eddy and 
Unda Otson on Sunday tor an enjoy- 
able rewmon were Henry and Florence 
Tvedl. Stan. Fran. Amy. Shefiey. W<*j 
and Beth Tvedt. Cnartane TvedL Mar- 
vin and Zaohary Tvedl of St. Cloud, 
Bonne. Erme and Shannon Nation of 
Get;**, Tracy. Gannon and Oaslon 
Kriel ol Ftoseau. John. Srurtey. Daniel 
and Amber Mankind of Qaudette. Mark 
and Joyce Washburn, alto ol Baudene, 
Steven. Gay, Naomi and Nathan Hesie 
of Wanoad. Charles, Jarvca and Con- 
rad Glascock of New Me>k». Randafl, 
Jul*, dandy Jr.. Derek. Lena. Lisa, and 
Jaton Keise. Martin. Valerie, Ashley 
and Angle Hesse of Fargo. Eddy. 
Linda. Matthew. Danielle and 
Stephanie Oson, Clara Hesse. Warren 
and Gary Tvedt, and Herbert Oson of 
Thief River Falls. 

Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Payment of 
Milwaukee. Wl. and Mrs. Don Walker 
ot Red Lake Fais were Monday visitors 
at their unde. Art Schieferra. 

Jeff Jaeger ot St. Paul visited Mon- 
day morning with old friend, Idella 
Peterson.. 

Delia Rewertz vlslisd with Peggy 
and Mel Hesse on Tuesday evening. 

Edna Hyde, Lois Johnson ol 
Queen's Valley, AZ, and Ivojean Lin- 
dahl of Thief River Falls, all Avon pals, 
enjoyed dinner together on Tuesday 

Peggy and Mel Hesse attended the 
"All 50's" school reunion ot Middle 
River, which was held June 26. 27, 
28th. They also visited with Esther 
Dalil. Clorur.u) and Diana DalJ anC Mi 
for Birch Point in Manitoba on Sunday. 
Clarence and Diane met them there for 
Sunday. Clarence and Diana met them 
there tor Sunday night and Monday 
morning and they nil enjoyed good fish- . 

log- 

Open House 



Terry and Heidi Rewertz held an Falls, Wl, and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Fos- 

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open house on Saturday June. 27th, to 
celebrate their marriage of January 18. 
Cheryl Wilson and Roger Gallant had 
been their attendants and were present 
at the party. Their parents, Harvey and 
Nina Bakko, and Idella Rewertz were 
also there. Many friends and relatives 
from Plummer, Had Lake Halls, and the 



sum, Adam and Stacy of Huntsvllle, 
AL. They oJ left on Mondavi 

Howard, Margaret and Ricky Green- 
wald onended the family gathering ot 
Gary and Usa Casavan on Friday night 
ot Mentor. 

Visitors of the Walter families for 
class reunion and the Fourth were 



held In the Plummer Park. 

JuHe Adolphson of Thief River Falls 
and Wendy Adolphson of Bismarck vis- 
ited at Elfie Vlgstol's last Saturday 
evening. 

Gilbert and Ella Olson ot Stephen 



and Mrs. Leonard Eskoil who had boon 
manlod some time ago. Tho reception 
was hold at Finn Creek of New York 

Mills. 



United Hospital on Monday. 




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JULY 23-26 



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Thursday - Friday, July 23-24—10 a.m.-9 p.m. 
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Vk Stfveren o* Vfe Va-ley came 
on TK^sday *var«rig lo »ns-1 Ivi par- 
enti A/1 and Frances and 10 aaand his 

HaiKy and AJ>ce fjcfuelert ol Fargo 
came tor fe Frxrf*. and Hartey vtafted 
•nfi many riends home tor the Kohday 

National Guard 
Gnarmon Frwiand. daugniwr ot R»cfc 

and Arlene Froiand left on Tnursoay 
rrom Fargo tor i mon?>t banc Varrvng 
in the Army National Guard. She is 
presently at Fort Jackson, near 
Columbia. SC, and wJ be gang to Fort 
Gotdon in Georgia toon, tn a tela- 
phone call to her parents, she sard the 
weather li very hot and humid. We 
twin you wefl. Shannoni 

Clarence K/ute ol Orange. CA. vtirt- 

»d the Manin Eikelis from Thursday 
until Sunday. Vmlors on the Fourth 
were Joyce Schneeweis of Burton. NO. 
Don. Vel and David Schneeweis of 
Moortieod. Bob. Elaine. Jeff and Scoo 
Schneeweis ol River Fans. IL 

Charles. Janice and Conrad Glas- 
cock ol Albuquerque. NM. spent a 
week here having come to attend her 
class reunion and the wedding of her 
nephew. Warren Tvedt, and Lisa 
Paquin on Saturday. They relumed to 
their home on Wednesday. 

Laura Seibet ot ChampJin was a FrJ- 



Dan and Sharon Seibel, Darlck and 
Deren of Champlln. Jim and Joyce 
Carlson and boys of Thief River Fails, 
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Baune. 

Mrs. Eleanor Christian ion of Okfee 
visited on Friday with Bernlce Peter- 
son. 

Don Skallel and friend of St. 
Charles, IL visited at Esther Simon- 
son's last Tuesday enrouie to the Black 
Hiils. 

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Simon son of 
Eveleth were Friday visitors of Esther 
Simon son. 

On Friday evening Lloyd and Waveil 
Sorenson attended a block party at the 
MYtlVuttlosofihoiuu. 

Karl, Rita, Kassandra, John and Jet- 
tery of Wonnaska came Friday and 
spent tho 4th weekend with the Uoyd 
Sorensons. , 

visitors ot the home of Gloria and 
An Fossum for a few days over the 4th 
were Mr. and Mrs. Rich Fossum, John, 
Matthew and Rachel of Chippewa 



( l Ualar-h* a-wl .m»* mmr** k"" **** 

day ar* »•*- Y*~*« •** •"»" K-n*y ■» 
laia V*r-*rr. 

revi*' r-t Jo'r »>/rr*' w,,t * •' 
r/%«ae and Tn^r fWar** -«re Tuper* 
and W*^ PrMlaQaard r* Th** fWer 
F aCi f* Karl tVranam tar#y O* Vean 
netia m-4 ttryd and Wave* fteren 
aon 

1 aroy t ■* } *****> waa a pveel d Nl 
oots», tva^ra end I arrwd Peaarson 
over t>e weekend Ub end Urs Nor- 
man VereaaN of Wnpar and gnsndaon, 
Jwii.r> ka«er ol Owatonna veked on 

eierourti 

Uariyi Uaetion and Uanya Bur* 
part of 7<mtroU Fafti. Jan and Gary 
Uanison of Ftoc^es1ef. Beve*tr end 

Angte TartiaM of Uoundtvtew. MeO«» 
and Carol Uirtiion ot Warren were 
gueiti of t»ihe« fVn»%don over tf*e 

4Ti 



surrounding area shared In the event — June Smith of Hugo, tho Budralns fami- 

K - "--■- |y of Alabama, Barbara Pine and family 

of Hastings, Duane Walter family of 
Mlnot, Roy and Roger Walter lamtlles 
ot Plummer. 

Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. 
Robert Housko who were married an 

unuv.i uny uu. «.— . . -. — , Saturday afternoon at Immanuel 

were Sunday visitors of Effle Vlgstol at church. The reception was held at his 
the new houso last Sunday. - father, Raleigh Houske's farm. 

Glenycs and Don Harrington ol the 

Wedding Reception Cities spent time herd over the 4th vis- 

Mr. and Mra.teo Eskoil. Mr. and Wng friends and relatives. 
Mrs. Martin Eskoil, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Nolldon Vatthnuor of Rochester 
Huourl, Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Eskoil. spent tha Fourth with his father, Harold, 
Eddy Eskell and Donna Kvasager, Mr. while his family was In Moorhoad vloit- 
nnd Mrs. Craig Eskeli of Woukegan, IL. log har paronts. Other wookend guosta 
ottonded a wedding recaption tor Mr. wore Mr. and Mrs. Dick Wlchtorman of 
--- ■ ■-"• •■ ..-...--— Alexandria. Visitors on the 4lh were 

Ame Wlchtorman of Coon Rapids, Mr. 
and Mrs. Jerry Lltzlnger o) Grand 
Forks. 

Guests ot Jerry and Emllle Skjorven 
„, ' . i ll j j over tho holiday wookend wore 

Last Wednesday evening Uoyd and MoIfln| f^t, ^ Jooy Pai1flQi Ra^y 
Waveil Sorenson visited wJtt Monti. ^ Kathy Helmbrecht and family all of 
5 V, *J ,5 ryC ?» "?i d S.'^Ui^L^ Brooklyn ParK Karon and Tim Bakkon 
S^fj'trM, 2 ■ and tfayley of Anoka. Jorry Jr. ol 

imitnrl HasDhal en Mondav. Winona/and Sandy Parlso of Orlando, 



Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. 
Warren Tvedt who were married on 
Saturday In Odea Me te fw eon ot Fk> 
rence and Henry Tvedl. and a grand- 
son ol Clara Heeee. Among f>e merry 
aflandng im wedding and tie recap- 
ton were Florence and Henry Tvedt. 
Oara Hette, Randy and JJ-e Hasee 
and oh*dren al o» rWnr, Chartane. 
Zachary and Marvin Tvedt. Charles, 
Janice and Conrad Glascock ol AJbur- 

?uerque, NU. Bonnie. Shannon and 
mle Nelson of Gatrka. John. Shirley. 
Daniel and Amber Haglund of 
Baudene. Uarftn. Val. Angle and Ash- 
ley Hesse ot Fargo. Sun and Fran 
Tvedl and family o) Brooks, Mark and 
Joyce Washburn of Beudette. Tracy. 
Gannon and Gaston Krlal of Roeeau. 



McCuDougbof 
Snooualmle. WA, vtslted at the An and 
Avis Froilands on Thursday. 

Visitors of Idelle Peterson on the 
Fourth were Ur. and Mrs. Michael 
Pahlen ol Superior. WL who had come 
lor his class reunion and Mrs. Clayton 
Moan of Rochester. 

Marie Foster ot Roseeu and Bill 
Swick ol St. Paul were visitors at the 
Art FroUand home on tha 4th. 

An and Alma Hanson an ended the 
Houske-Ebertowskl wedtSng on Satur- 
day and the reception at the Housko 
farm. 

Visitors at the home of Bunny 
DuChamp over the Fourth and to 
attend the class reunion were Mark and 
J an a Granum. Tim and Sam of Min- 
neapolis, Lennle and Mlko DuChamp, 
Nicholas and NikW of Bremarton, WA, 

Holly Anderson of Fargo visited her 
mother, Sophie Anderson ovet tho 
.Fourth weekend and took In the big 
celebration. 

Lowell, Karen and Nick Johnson of 
New York Mills spent the weekend at 
her parents, the Leo Eskells and 
attended the doss reunion. • 

Visitors at the home of Myrtle Patn-j 
ode and Pat Larson on the 4th were 
Lorstta and Gust Craft of Fargo, Allan 
and Faith GulHemene, Kathy and Gar- 
rail and little Alan, Linda, Jeremy and 
Jason Anderson, Nora Seibel of Deer 
River, Karen and Lee Barron, Ryan, 
Dustln and Chorlene of Thief River 
Foils, Bobby Weiss, Shannon Adolph- 
son and Frances Schlefert 

Nell Vlgstol of Omaha came Friday 
alternoon and visited until Sunday at 
bis mother, Elfle's. Dan, Jan, Undsey 
and Haley Vlgstol of Cedar also spent 
tho weekend here and attended the 
class reunion. Enjoying aptcnlc supper 
on the 4th at Grandma ErTie'i were Ray 
and SNrley Vlgstol of Thief River Falls, 
Wendy and Whitney Adolphson of Bis- 
marck, Julie and Shannon Adolphson 
and Ryan Barron ol Thiol River Falls. 
Bdon. Karen and Karl Vlgstol and Nell 
Vlgstol. 

Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Eskell of 
Wadena were houseguoste ot Eddy 
. Eskell over the Fourth, ner sister. Hazel 
Smith of Thief River Falls was a visitor 
. on the 4th. 

Marvin and Pot Lee oLSL Paul and 
Arnle Wlchtorman of Coon Rapids 
spent a few days with their mother, Ufy 
Lee over the Fourth. 

Edna Hyde spent from Friday 
through Sunday at Noche and Walhal- 
la, NO. She attended the 25th wedding 
anniversary of her niece, Elsie and 
Bruce Magnus, held In Walhalla, and 
visited many friends while there. 

Birthday of USA 

Crowds of people filled the streets, 

homes, eating places, pork and parade 

grounds In and around Plummer on our 



•.■W.i hmrlay T>>e V"w> had nnr <aa 
••vwad k« ftve rears hul * want a* oJ 
r • ii-^a TSe <l»» bagwn w*t*i e nag 
'•*ng <ier»-»w» al • em k> tSa parV. 
•»i*f-i ttr*t*)ad e tannon sr»ot |nw 
i*t* nt r<e NH Gevavy) * n 9 r V a* * yt 
'••ix^ier *W<»-i by eJ, "A FLong ot 
<"•*<•' and let There be r*ace on 
IwV lu^g by a laO-ee cr*r>r. and 
['»r»* by >V>werd Greenwa M . tac-oi 
(.'.aplao Al 10 45 am ISe cfwdr an i 
[•arade gr< knrJarway kstowed by a TO 
t rvi parade of *ve cetarjortee Ttte wVi 
•-■wi vwe Floati a un* rom 01 MAava 
'•au-rvj fSe ffvee trap* ol Ccaurnbws. 
The N.na. Ptnta end Sanla Uatla. 
Jk-rr.-jje Uowri e 1 B36 B Jcnn Deare 
is-wn b» Lyle Dforge of TNel FWer 
rat. Hom Howard La/ayena wfln 
•*t team and co vered wagon. Uartrwvj 
tand PUwnmar School AJi*nnl band. 
and PMV4C MUI t of Ttwal Ftver 
fa" I The Senior Crtizeni helped to 
lead rte crowds at noon al tier Can 
lar. and drawing* were made lor a qua. 
won by Daryna UaSSftOV. a sal of dWv 
idweii won by Ideea Peterson: and a 
b>rrjrtouie won by Barbara Pine of 



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remembered. The Community dub 
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agan, foeuil 

Glenyce and Laina Eskell attended 
thegotoen wedding of John and Mari- 
an Patanaude at the American Legion 
ol Crookslon on Sunday. Other Plum- 
merries who attended ware Clarence 
and Alyce Konlckaon. Neil Konickson, 
Carol Nlssen of Mahnomen, Doris 
SkTsdergard of the Cities. George and 
Hazel OUe. 

Penn and Ethel MilDgan attended a 
blnhday party for Val KoralewskJ of 
Brooks on SaJLirday afternoon. 

Mike Foster of Roseau and JanaOe 
tee of Badger visited at the Fuck Fro*- 
land home on Sunday enroute to 
Alexandria, where they attended 
school and are employed lor the sum- 



Family Reunion 
A family reunion was held on Sun- 
day, July 5tti, at the Carl Magers heme. 
In attendance were Bev Fallon ot 
Broinsrd, Tom and Judle Fallon of 
Brooks, CoOeen Fallon of Indianapolis, 
Joanne. Katie and Mary Musich of VTr- 
rjin!.i, Dnvti and Charon rnllon of On!.- 
dale, Martin and Shirley Fallon and 
famiry of Bemldfi, Donald. Monica and 
Missy Fallon of Crookslon, Bernard 
and Renaa Fallon and family of Plum- 
mar. Andrew Kooyer of Oakdale, 
Delores Carlson, Marietta Johanneck 
.and Marcella Toulouse of Red Lake 
Vails, Maria Metzelar of Winnipeg, 
Cindy, Lowell, *Amy and Ross Artt, Wafi 
Katschke of Brooks, Jason, Jordan and 
Sherrle En gen of Grand Forks, Ann 
Magers of Brooks, Lawrence Carpen- 
ter, Jenny Walter, Wade Grinds ol Elk 
River, Jim. Judy. Jason and James Wl- ' 
fen ot Ash Grove. MO. Pat. Betty, Brian 
and Kevin Hamilton ol Bloomington, 
Gary, Sue, Lorl and Luke LoCourslere 
of Brooks, Arnle. Dustin and Nick Wa- 
lett, and Joan Fuglestad ot DUworth, 
Shannon Willett, Tom, Rebecca, Trlcia 
and Todd Wlllen of Plummer, Dan, 
Shelley, Joshua and Jeremiah and Kyle 
WlHett of Warroad. Doug, Jessica and 
Dougle Wlllen, Uka and Faye Loren- 
son, Joe Willen and Josle Wasen of 
Oklee, and Grandma Teckle-Wlllen of 
Plummer. An evening visitor was Carol 
Kankel. 

Doris and Konny Laliborte and their 
daughter, Lynn Cole, Jamie and Brian, 
all of Mesa, AZ. have been spending 
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Jerry Gerardy. They had many folks to 
visit and on Sunday the family gath- 
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Barb Gerardy. All of the Gerardy famfly 
waa there except Charles. Others 
attending were Annie Schumacher, 
Louie and Madonna Lolller, Mike and 
Barbie Konickson of the Cities, Howard 
and Margaret Greenwokf. 

Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Thorson ol 
-Sauk Center were Sunday morning vis- 
itors of aunt.. Olgo Konickson and 
unde, Tllmer Johnson. 

Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Milllgan spent 
Sunday In Rod Lake Falls at the Leiska 
family reunion. 



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The Times' Editorial Opinion 



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John P. Matt von. puhlnhrr 

Man in I undin, editor 
I»j\id Mill. a\\>xiaU editor 



LdtOHal epin-cn pt,fc';-^p(J on this 
p^go. wtxjtrv* locaity wtitton of re prntfK) 
from oTTx* VHJtc; i', ir.TcocVxJ to fci-muUtO 
:h.Y*mg arxj duiu^von among ou> 'pa0»r» 
Option-, pipfR^^KJ by inn edict aio hta 
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And Then There Were 
Two Again! 

^cru-a i favorite personification of the 
'nor i- iM the j!\'vc' MHinj; opinion. H Ro« Pcrw 
rui Ji\.iJcd to keep hi* hunjnrd million dollar* 
in,! loryct jN^uI tmnp io hecome President of the 
I'nncJ Siaic Mi\ abrupt announcement of 
quiTim>; ihc rj^e Ijm »cck Icfl thousands of his 
•.upponcr-. fcclinp vtunncd. disappointed. 
tx*i!Jcrcd a-ij perhaps at lea*.; a little jilted. 

More ihjn j few people had vet aside their 
\k*ws oi uhjt other-, might consider to be 
"rjuonjl" politics 10 join the independent Perot 
camp Ii> nd Ian:c moM were people who were 
not newevanh drawn to Perot but pushed away 
(mm the iraJitional GOP and DFL panics which 
seem adept at perpetuating what Amenca insists it 
wnts in sec changed. 

Perot not only seemed to offer a possibly 
electable alternative (o what the major panics 
wen: putting fonh, he also had — and said he was 
willing it) spend— S 100 million of his own money 
to finance his campaign. Bingo! A none-of-lhc- 
ahosc candidate who could put his money where 
his mouth was. What more could a disenchanted 
American voter want? 

And then the linlc weasel wcaselcd out. He 
turned tail, gave up, backed out. withdrew, quit. 
And the homeless voters who thought they had 
found a home with Ross were back out in the cold 
again, only worse. It is one thing to be hopeless; 
it is worse to have hope and lose the reason for it. 

Wc thought the Perot candidacy made for an 
interesting election possibility and would have 
lilicJ Jo ; -v :i cnntintie, bul we don't feci ilcr.crtcd 
by his decision not to run. He probably wouldn't 
have been all that good a President, but he 
wouldn't have had to be very good to be better 
than the choices remaining. 

And that's the hard pan. How can a person be 
a good citizen and vote for the nation's leadership 
when you wouldn't give either party's selection the 
time of day? 

Some supporters say they will continue their 
efforts and they expect Perot to come back. Some 
people say they have sccn'Elvis Presley lately. 
All arc equally realistic. 

Political Earthquake 
In The Offing 

It is expected that as many as 125 and 
possibly more of the 535 total Senators and 
Representatives in Congress will change 
following the November election. It will likely be 
the biggest shift since 1948 when 118 new 
members were elected in the aftermath of World 
War II. The record turn-over was 165 new 
members in 1932. 



Or Richard Leihcr. preiidcnt of the U.S. 
Chamber of Commerce, point* out thai there art a 
number of reason < for what he calls "the pending 
uphca\al." 

"One it that iw: n the Ian year Home 
member* elected before 19W) can retire and take 
unspent campaign money with them for their 
personal use," he sayi. Another is a growing 
frustration of voters who sense our government is 
out of control and in need of change. The recent . 
House bank scandal also served as a catalyst for 
political discontent, promoting an an ti •incumbent 
mood. In addition, persistent economic malaise 
fosters a sense of unease and desire for change." 

The call to throw the rascals out is not new. 
the C of C president says, but more and more 
voters arc including their own rascals in that 
category. 

In its April business ballot, "Nation's 
Business" magazine asked respondents if they 
would support their own representatives in the 
coming election. A clear majority (56 per cent) , 
said "no." Dr. Lcshcr continues as follows: 

"Predictably, the pending political earthquake 
has the Washington political class in a tizzy. Our 
representatives are particularly incensed by l 
allegations they are out of touch with the people. 
They contend, and with some justice, thai they are 
only doing what the people want ihcm to do. 

"But therein lies the crux of our national 
dilemma It is only natural for people to want a 
long list of services and benefits from 
government, and low taxes to boot. Of such' 
contradictory demands arc $400 billion annual • 
deficits bom. We all know this madness must be 
stopped. 

The job of Congress, as envisioned by the 
Founding Fathers, is to sort through conflicting 
demands for resources and choose among them. 
' It is because Congress is too responsive to 
citizens — because it seemingly can't say., np to 
anyone— that we are in this fliesst 'What' \vt need 
is a congress less responsive to what the- peoblc 
want, and more attentive to what our country 
needs. - f ' 

"In the final analysis, the fault lies not with 
Congress, but with us. We are the ones who, like ! 
spoiled children, demand endless benefits and j 
programs, but balk at the price. We are the ones'] 
who threaten any legislator who even dares \ 
mention the runaway entitlement programs that •■ 
are devouring our substance. Wc are the ones I 
who repeatedly give control of Congress to one '. 
party and the White House to the other, rendering ; 
any cohesive action impossible. 

"Our only hope is that wc will eventually elect ' 
a Congress deaf to our pleas and resolved to do , 
what is best for us, knowing full well we will ■■ 
probably boot them out of office for their trouble." 







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Gabs Otto, 16, of Kaliipefl, MT, taw i platter 
catting of a northern pike while attending the 
Pennington county fair latt week, end It 
provldedihe IntpireijcMiifor the above cartoon. 
Gabe It the aon of Art and Gretchen (Larson) 
Otto. Gretchen Is the daughter of Mrs. Blanche 



Larson of Thief River Falls and a graduate of 
Lincoln high school. Gabe will be a sophomore 
at Flathead high school in KahspeU this fall and 
Is spendlrig part of the summer here on family 
. .vacation., More of his cartoons will appear 
later in The Times and Northern Welch. 



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QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS 

On School District 564 Restructuring 

School District 564 is considering a major building and 
restructuring program In the near future. The following questions 
and answers are provided by the Facilities Steering Committee, a 
groupjif local citizens wrjjch has researched the local school 
situation and recommended'the project to the board of education. 



Holt 



QUESTION: Why put together an 18 million dollar project? Why not 12 
million or 10 million? 

ANSWER: The cost of the new elementary school alone is approximately 10 
million dollars. The local share of the total project, according to the most 
recent computations by the school district's bonding consultants, is 
$3,769,500— much less than half the cost of anew elementary campus. 

But a new elementary school alone will not address the full facility needs of 
the district — needs such as the music department at Lincoln high school and 
program deficiencies, music, science and media inadequacies at Franklin 

■ middle school. 

State aid that's available today will allow us to create efficient facilities 
districi-widc, which means better use of lax dollars in the future. This 18 ' 
million dollar investment, of which less than four million -dollars is local tax 
effort, is expected to address the district's facilities needs to the year 2050. 



On Saturday Dale and Laurie Millor, 
Justin and Mlcah, Joff and Peppy Pylo, 
Brittany and Shawn, Loj Olen and 
Handy-Hanson enjoyed picnicking at 
the Earl and Jan Hanson home lor the 
Fourth of July. 

Jaml ana Dorothy Rood drovo to 
Warren to get Matthew and they all- 
attended the Pennington County Fair 
on Friday ntaht. 

On Monday evening Janet Garthua 
visited ot the Jay Garthus home. 

Petor and Frances Qerszewskl 
attended the dinner and reception ol 
Marlon Langovln and Thomas Bessette 
at the Eagles Hall In Tnlel River Falls 
on July 3rd, In the everting. 

Frances Gerszewakl attended the 
Mary Jo circle meeting at the Doris 
Goufet home on Friday evening. 

Peter and Francos Gerszewakl 
attended the VI Kallnaskl funeral at St. 
Bernard's church on Friday afternoon. 



Brooks . 



Jason and Sherrle Engen and son, 
Jordon ol Grand Forks woro weekend 
guests of her parents, Waller and Willie 
Katschke. '- 



Mr. and Mrs. Jim Johnson, Eliza* 
beth, Katie and Christine, and Jean 
Johnson. Jessica, Michelle and Monica 
were visitors at the Clarence Johnson 
home on Wednesday night 

On Tuesday those who brought 
birthday greetings to Mrs. Leonard 
Johnson and enjoyed birthday cake 
and coffee with her were Gladys Long- 
wost ol Thief River Falls, and Hazel 
Kuot of Thief River Foils, and Myrtle 
Kuntz ol New Jersey. Happy Birthday, 
Bomlcel 

Mrs. Darwin Eldelbes and Michelle 
wero visitors at the Alfred Iverson 
home during the week. 

Sunday Gilmer Manderud was a vis- 
itor and coflee guest at the Verner 
Arvoson home. 

Mrs. Clifford Johnsrud and grand- 
son, Shannon Lundoen visited with 
Roy and Edna Hawk on Saturday after- 
noon. 

Saturday nlflht Mr. and Mrs. Larry 
Kotrba, Gena and Nicky attended the 
25th anniversary for Howard and Karen 
SJulestad held at the old fire hall In 
Goodridge. 

Mrs. Bruce Solberg. Joyce and Kiis- 
tlan wore visitors and coffee guests at 
the Ronnie Kotrba home on Monday. 

Thursday night Mrs. Norman Adams 
visited and hadcoffoe at the Larry Kotr- 
ba home. 

Mr. and Mrs. Gene Marquis, Cory, 
Megan and Andrc-a, and Karri e Moen 
woro visitors at the Dick Marquis home 
In Oklea on Tuesday. They also visited 
with Elaine While, and also Henry 
Moen in OkJaoi 

Sunday forenoon Mr. and Mrs. Thor- 
vold Kjelgren and Jennifer of Owaton- 
na, and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hanson 
and Orvllle Kjelgren wore visitors and 
col fee guests at the Leonard Johnson 
home. 

Sunday night Mr. and Mrs. Alfred 
Iverson wore visitors and coffee guests 
at the Hilda Hoffman home. 

Gllmor Manderud was a colfoo 
guest at the Andrew Hanson home on 
Sunday. 

Sunday afternoon visitors and coffee 
guests at the Ronnie Kotrba home 
wore Mr. and Mrs. Larry Kotrba, Gena. 
Amle. Nicky and Mollnda, Mrs.. Bruce 
-Sjerklto. Bryan and Jam! and Morlln 
Kotrba. 

Mr. and Mrs. Tim Lundoen, Shannon 
and Alissa spent Saturday and Sunday 
at the fair In Thief River Folia. 

Mrs. Gary Johnson visited and 
enjoyed coffee with Mildred Hovet on 
Monday aftornoon. 

' Friday Darin Adams attended the 
lair In Thiol Rlvor Falls. 

Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Kotrba, DuotJn 
and Deanna attended the 25th anniver- 
sary lor Howard and Karon SJulestad 
held at the old fire hall in Goodridge on 
Saturday night. 

Monday night Mr.'and Mrs. Jim 
Johnson," Katie and Christine, Jean 
Johnson, Jessica. Michelle and Monica 
were visitors at the Clarence Johnson 
home. 

Mr. and Mrs. Gary Johnson, Joanna 
and Kylle, and Andrea Cullen were visi- 
tors at the Ron Phlllpp home In Thief 
River Falls on Friday. 



Sunday afternoon those who visited Mr. and Mrs. Thorvald Kjelgren and 

and had lunch with Tillia Johnsrud were Jennifer were visitors and coffee 

Bonnie Johnsrud, Ester Rlndahl and guests at the Leonard Johnson home 

Mrs. Mervln Rlndahl. on Monday forenoon. 







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I»2 — irmt If endm) Yrsrt Afo 

— IUr>ifi( 11 tn pmpru and it 11 
cUimedthM the crop 11 eurronru! 
|y jnndihit tfssnn 

— Ci S Icxftncn at Sl_ Hilsire 
has «oW hit ka«e en the A/ncrxsn 
House md iti furmlure to John 
lUlwrvm 

— S. M. Hoff of St Hilnrc it 
■fcnt for (he cclcbrtird Outkeye 
mower and Yankee rale. 

1W2 — Tfrtrry Year* Ago 

— C. E. Window and Emil E. Zen 
were elected to the KhocJ board 10 
three year terms and Mrs. Daniel 
Shaw was elected to fill the unex- 
pirtd term of Mrs. S. F. Staples. 

—Farmers in this area arc buiy 
putting up hay. 

—A lodge of the Catholic Order 
of Fortum wsi formally inuitutcd 
here Tuesday evening. 

1912— Eighty Yean Ago 

—The Thief River Falls Lumber 
company has agreed to purchase all 
the log* in the Red Lake river be- 
tween here and the Red lake from 
the Grand Forks and Crookston 
companies. 

— E. G. Schlanbusch has opened 
a new shoe store in the building on 
LaBree avenue which was formerly 
the Salvation Army barracks. 

— Olaf Neset has arrived in Thief 
River Falls to purchase the jewelry 
store on LaBree avenue from M. E. 
Wold. 

1922 — Seventy Years Ago 

—Miss Helen Weeks, daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Weeks of Thief 
River Falls, will leave here for the 
mission Field in China next month. 

— The Legion auxiliary will hold 
a musical evening tonighL 

— A large delegation of out-of- 
town visitors was present M the lay- 
ing of the cornerstone for the Sons 
of Norway lodge building in Thief 
River Falls last Sunday. 

1932 — Sixty Years Ago 

— Mayor E: L. Tungseui appoint- ■ 
ed Anton Hall, Mn-Gasioo Ward 
and Mrs. B. O. Norby as members 
of the library board. 

—A. J. McGuire, general manag- 
er of Land O'Lakes creameries, 
spoke at the Pennington county 
creameries picnic at SL Hiloire. 

— Nearly 70 members of the SL 
Hilaire 4-H club participated in a 
tour of 16 farms. 

1942 — Fifty Years Ago 

— W. G. Claffy was ejected to 
succeed G. Schilbrcd as commander 
of the Thief River Falls Legion post 
and Ben I. Froiland was appointed 
adjutant. 

—Miss Mary Welsh, noted war 
correspondent, arrived from London 
for a visit here with her parents, Mr. 
and Mrs. T.J. Welsh. 

— Petersen Grain & Seed compa- 
ny is erecting an addition to its plant 
with a capacity tof 20,000 bushels. 

1952 — Forty Years Ago 

— Ray Bergquist of Mentor was 
named president of the Northwest- 
em Association of Conservation 
clubs at its annual meeting in Thief 
River Falls. 

— C. Herb Jung was named to 
succeed G. A. Frahm as president of 
the Thief River Falls Airport associ- 
ation. 

—Thief River Falls Marching 
Majorettes placed third in the drum 
and bugle corps division of the 
' Minneapolis Aquntennial parade. 

1962 — Thirty Years Ago 

— Newest addition to the medical 
staff at Northwestern hospital in 
Thief River Falls Is Dr. Earl Dagg, 
North Dakota, who will serve as 
radiologist, succeeding Dr. H. N. 
Boroson, who has moved from the 
city. 

—The Friends of the Library will 
hold a flower show Saturday at the 
library. 

— In spite of rain which fell every 
day at some time or another, 
crowds, estimated well in excess or 
10,000 persons, visited the 1962 
Pennington county fair which corn- 
■■■■ pleted its four-day run in Thief 
River Falls July 22, 

1972 — Twenty Years'Ago 

—James Winjum, vice president 
of the Northwestern hospital board 
of trustees for the past year, was 
elected president of die board nt the 
annual organizational meeting, suc- 
ceeding Robert Wurst, as chairman 
for a one-year term. 

— Open for business is the new 
Northland Foods grocery store, 
located along highway 59 cast of 
Thief River Falls. 

— Doug Torfin became the first 
male switchboard operator in the 
Thief River Falls office of North- 
western Bell Telephone company. 



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W«r Bond 10 Pet 
Club ii Started Here 

"The Pennington county 
war bood committee Ii thii 
week Martini the formation of 
me ten Per Cent dim, Paal A. 
Loadfrca, county chairman, 
awed today. All penom woo 
pledfe at lean 10 per cent of 
their retain moodily Income 
an dixSbte for iDcoibcnbJp fa 
me ctobT Soppoei and bottooj 
have been left with the poll 
office, the Union Mate bank, 
me Northern au bank and me 
Plm Federal Savinj and Loan 
aaaadauon." 

TKF Fire Dept In 
Demonstration 

"A dozen memben of the 
Thief River Falli fire depart- 
ment and auxiliary firemen 
journeyed toHallock Sunday 
with the amaller fire-fighting 
unit and gave a demonstration 
as a feature of the Northern 
Regional Firemen's associa- 
tion's annual fire school. A 
total of 117 firemen were pm- 
attu." 



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"Next week is Pair Week 
and it probably will be the last 
Fair we will have until the 
boys write letters home from 
Tokyo and Berlin. Attendance 
:at other fairs held recently in 
' the Wley has been jjood, indi- 
cating that people still want to 
takeaholtilayriowandthen. It 
seems like a good idea. There., 
is a labor shortage in the com* 
maniry and more than the usual 
amount of work to be done. 
There isn't much time to play. 
But the Fair this year comes 
• between the rush of haying and 
harvest and a little outing at 
this time is certainly justified.'' 



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Thief River Falls club and went down lo Red Clio r/alJi and 
played the club there a game. They camoback' b3tbn«i:vflwr,' i 
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1982 — Ten Years Ago 

— Thief River Falls merchants 
will hold thc'annual Crazy Days 
promotion on Thursday. 

—Approximately 7,000 lots with 
a replacement value estimated at 
$10 million will go on the auction 



block when the machinery, equip- 
ment, vehicles, supplies and fixtures 
of Arctic Enterprises are sold Thurs- 
day. 

—The Thief River Falls Summer- 
fest, successor to the annual Jayccc 
Aquacade, will be held this week. 



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Allhoa (Kruoger) Owons ol WIndom, 
and Mrs. Ralph Sortodaht of Rod Lnko 
Falls woro Tuesday visitors ot Avis 
Froiland. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnlo Eskoll 
loft on Tuesday attar spending about 
10 days with his parents, Molvln and 
Rosomary Eskoll. Tholr son, Aaron, 
romalnod to visit longer* with his 
grandparents. Wes and David Eskoll ol 
Roseau, and Stov» Eskoll ot Fargo had 
como for the Fourth. 

Bernard Slebert of West Field, Wl, 
Donald and Dawn Slebert of 
Stroughton, Wl, and Ryan Slebert of 
McFanand, Wl, spent Tuesday night at 
the Lloyd Sorenson home. Suppor 
guests were the above and Tom, 
Rabecco:, Trlcla and Todd Wlllott, 



Sheila, Tony, Mallory and Brett Oor- 
ardy. ■, -— 

'■^de't Shower 
A bridal shower honoring Robin 
Brant! was held on Sunday afternoon 
at St. Vincent de Paul's church. 
Hostesses wore her bridesmaids. Jodl 
Pahlon. Jill and Forrah BranM. A short 

Erogram Included a poem written by 
arena Westortund, and a prayw read 
by Forrah, and advice to the bride by 
the guests. The bride-to-be of Gary 
Torkelson, mother of the groom, Noro 
Selbel, grandmother ol the groom. 
Robin's grandmothers. Fern BranU and 
RaeAnn Hanson of Crookston, eunt. 
Cindy Brantl ot Thompson. ND. and 
local niends. 



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University is an equal opportunity employer and educator. Application 
deadline is August 3, 1992. 



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S431. DeadKno tor epplicalions ht July 
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